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6 Exercises to Give Your Bust a Boost ...

By Lydia

Boobs, all women have them, and if we were being completely honest with ourselves, many of us wish ours were that little bit bigger! If you aren’t someone who is blessed with a naturally fullsome bosom, then achieving a more prominent set of breasts can often be something that takes up a lot of your thinking time. Of course, we should all be accepting and embracing of whatever bodies we have, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t do a little something here and there! Here are six exercises to give your bust a boost.

1 Bench Press

Grab a pair of five-pound dumbbells and lie face up on a bench. With a weight in each hand, power them to the side of your chest and press them back up in to their starting position. The workout will give your overall bust area some swelling good!

2 Push Ups

I don’t think I need to describe a push up to you at this point, but just know that getting in a good ten or so reps on a regular basis can help to build the muscle around your chest to improve its bounce!

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3 Incline Bench Press

Grab your dumbbells once again adjust your bench to a low incline. With your feet on the floor, hold the weights above your shoulders with your arms straight, and then work on lowering them down to the sides of your chest and back up again.

4 Dumbbell Fly

This one involves lying flat on your back on the floor and holding the dumbbells with bent elbows, repeatedly and slowly lowering them to be in line with your chest and lifting them back up to their starting position. It’s all about building that chest muscle!

5 Chest Pass

The chest pass requires an exercise mat and a medicine ball. Lying face up on the mat with your knees bent and feet flat, you need to hold the ball at your chest throw it upward, engaging your core and then catching it, bringing it low towards your chest and then repeating again and again.

6 Arm Raise

Stand up straight with feet hip-width apart and your knees slightly bent. Hold your weights in front of your thighs and then draw your shoulder blades down and back as you lift the weights above your head in a Y shape fashion. Do this around ten times for a proper circuit.

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