Majority of women in the world are unhappy with their breast size. For good looking and perky breasts, some chose to go under the knife for breast augmentation surgery. Indeed, it could be the fastest way, however it is not natural. Fortunately, going for surgery is not the only way to increase the size of your breasts. Exercising is one of them. In this article, I will share with you on some simple exercises that you can do at home. If you do it daily, you will be able to see and feel the difference.
How does Exercises work to Increase Breast Size?
Doing workout forces your breasts to develop because the exercises you perform helps in building up the pectoral muscles, as well as the glandular and fat tissue in your breasts. When you conduct these simple exercises, you will be working on all the muscles around your chest area that makes your breast larger and toned. There are many, many types of exercises that you can find online. In order for you to work towards your desired result, you will need to do the correct exercises.
Breast Enlargement Exercises that Really Works:
1) Push Ups
Doing push ups is the most traditional way of working on your chest area. Place both your palms on the floor, with both arms and feet shoulder width apart. Lower down yourself by bending your elbow, then push yourself up again. If you find it too difficult on your toes, you can kneel while doing the pushups.
2)Wall Push Ups
This is the easiest-to-do of all the exercises listed here. Similar concept with normal push-ups, you just have to use a wall to push alongside instead of the floor. Place both your feet away from a wall. Then lay your palms on the wall and bend your arms, like doing push ups.
3) Dumbbell Flys
You will need dumbbells for this exercise. While holding on firmly on the dumbbells, stretch out both arms which should be parallel to the floor. Then the dumbbells are to be lifted over you lowering your arms to their position.
Reverse Dumbbell Flys
Reverse flys basically is similar with normal flys. However, it will be more challenging as you will be facing the floor instead of facing upwards. Lie down on a bench or use a swiss ball if you have, facing downwards. Swing your arms holding the dumbbells outwards, away from the floor.
5) Chest Dips
Chest Dips will work on your chest muscles as well as your triceps. You can do it simply by using a bench or the edge of a chair. Another easy method is to squat down on the floor with your knees pointed up and your palms on the floor, behind you. Lower yourself down by bending your elbows, before touching the ground, push yourself up again.
6) Elevated push ups
This exercise is not going to be easy, however it works the most out of your pectoral muscles. With your palms on the floor, elevate your legs up by using the edge of a sofa or a swiss ball. Depending on the difficulty you can handle, you elevate higher if you can take more challenge. Lower yourself slowly to the floor, then push yourself up again.