Why do breasts sag?

It’s time! Let’s Lift Breasts!

The bust can loosen for a number of reasons, including weight loss, poor posture, aging, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. However, there is a fairly simple solution to improve this problem without surgery, just regular and disciplined exercise.

When the bust falls, the chest muscles located below the breasts have lost tone. But there are certain exercises that can increase the firmness of these muscles so that the breasts appear plumper and better shaped. You only need a bench, some weights, and a blanket.

Let’s Lift Breasts

Here we have seven super exercises to make things work for you, these will help you get your breast strong and in good shape. Here we go!

Exercise 1: Bench Press To Lift Breasts

Lift Breasts with Bench Press

Lie down on a flat bench. Keep your back flat against the backrest, your abs tight, and your feet flat on the floor. As another option, you can also lie on an exercise ball. Start with a 4 lb weight in each hand (or a barbell with weights).
Then hold the weights close to your shoulders, in front of your chest, with your elbows at a 90-degree angle to the sides of your body. Push your arms straight up, without fully stretching your elbows. Finally, slowly lower your arms to the starting position and repeat as many times as necessary.

Exercise 2: TRX Chest Dips To Lift Breasts

Lift Breasts with TRX Chest Dips

This movement will train your chest muscles in shoulder adduction. Keep elbows slightly bent throughout the exercise. In this position, you are working with your own body weight. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Exercise 3: Push-ups To Lift Breasts

Lift Breasts with Push-ups

Get on all fours, with your arms perpendicular to the ground. Put your hands on the floor, vertically located beyond shoulder level, but horizontally apart until they coincide with the line of the shoulders. Get on your knees if you want to do push-ups at a lower level of difficulty.

Stretch your legs back and prop yourself up on the balls of your feet. The key is that your back is straight in the starting position and that it remains straight throughout the exercise. If you want the exercise to be more intense, place your feet on an exercise ball. Slowly bend your arms until your elbows are at a 90-degree angle. Straighten your arms without fully stretching your elbows and repeat the movement.

Exercise 4: The Bridge pose

Lift Breasts with The Bridge pose
Yoga lovers will find many more benefits in this position than they imagined. And those who never practiced yoga, too. With your back to the ceiling or sky, with your legs bent, separate your feet and support the palms of your hands, at the same height, in front of your head. Then separate the tail from the ground and form a “bridge”.

Exercise 5: Tricep dips to Lift Breasts

Lift Breasts with Tricep dips

Tricep dips are a great exercise to tighten your triceps and, this exercise also engages your chest. Perform reps slowly, and focus on using your pec muscles throughout the movement.

Exercise 6: The Cobra pose

Lift Breasts with The Cobra pose

With your stomach flat on the mat and your legs and feet flat on the floor, place your palms on the floor. Slowly begin to lift your head, neck, and shoulders. The idea is to lift the trunk as much as you can. For the exercise to be well done, do the force with the abdomen, not with the arms.
The “cobra” asana is one of the best-known in yoga and one of the first exercises in the series of extensions. In addition to strengthening the muscles of the back, arms, abdomen, and chest, it is recommended to relieve menstrual pain by toning the ovaries and uterus. Hold the position for about 20 seconds and repeat 5 times.

Exercise 7: The Camel pose

Lift Breasts with The Camel pose

On your knees, with your legs leaning back and your feet almost together, do this reverse twist. Slowly begin to lean back, arching your back. At the same time, bring your abdomen forward as your head and shoulders tilt. Grab the heel of the foot on the same side with one hand. Keep it up for about 10 or 20 ”.

Of course, if you increase the intensity and add an extra set of repetitions you will get much better results.

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Peter A Soto is a Black Belt with more than 20 years of experience, athlete, teacher and webmaster. Based in the city of San Diego, California.