Just to be clear, these exercises will not make your breasts look bigger, they will just help them look better! So, see how you can give a splendid view of your breasts with these simple exercises.


  1. Chest Squeeze with a Medicine Ball

A great warm up before other exercises. Sit up straight on a chair, and make sure your stomach is tensed. Hold that medicine ball at your chest level and squeeze it so that you contract your chest. Keep a steady pressure on the ball throughout the movement. Repeat this 1-3 sets of 10 reps.

  1. Push-up

Doing push-ups will give your body a lot of benefits, and it will not only firm your chest, but also strengthen your back and core muscles. Lie on your stomach and place your hands on the ground. It’s quite simple, all you have to do is push yourself up so your elbows are slightly bent. Repeat it as many times as you can.

  1. The T-Plank

The T-Plank, known as the Front Plank, is a really great and effective exercise for the whole body! With this exercise, you’ll tighten your belly, you’ll strengthen your chest, arms, back, and the legs too! Here’s how to do it: hold your body up in a push up position, and lift your right arm, holding the weight up, and open your body all the way to the right making a T shape with your body. Remain like that for 10 seconds, and then go back to your starting position. Repeat this 5-10 reps.

  1. Bench Press

Probably the best exercise for breast lifting. Lie face up on a bench, Swiss ball or on the floor with your arms straight, a dumbbell in each hand. Lower the dumbbells until they are close to the sides of your chest, but don’t put them all the way down! Repeat it 10 times, 10 reps.

  1. Dumbbell fly

And this is the best exercise for firming the chest. Lie face up on a flat bench or on the floor with your knees bent, and hold a pair of dumbbells above your shoulders with your elbows slightly bent. Keep the same slight bend in your elbows, but lower the weights until your elbows are in line with your chest. Perform 10 reps.

  1. Applying Pressure

This is a quite simple exercise that does a lot of good. Face a wall while standing tall against it, lean on the wall with your hands and put as much as pressure with your hands as you can, just like trying to move the wall. Keep on applying pressure 10 seconds in a stretch, and repeat this 10 times.

  1. Standing Chest Fly

Although it does wonders for your shoulders, this exercise is also great for your chest muscles also. Stand up upright, with tummy tight, and bend your elbows while holding the dumbbells. Press your palms together, and hold for 2 seconds. Repeat 10-15 times.

source: www.fhfn.org