Top 6 Exercises To Perk Up & Firm Your Breasts

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The breasts are mostly a fatty tissue located directly on top of the pectoral muscles. One of the best ways to perk up and lift your breasts is to strengthen the muscles underneath your breasts. These are the muscles that will support the breasts. When these muscles are weak, they allow the breast tissue to sag. But if you develop these muscles, your breasts will get a nice lift and will be more firm.

The following exercises won’t turn A cups into Bs or beyond. However, they can help you to build up your upper body muscles and improve the appearance of your breasts.

1. Chest Squeeze with a Medicine Ball

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Sit on a chair with your back straight and stomach tight.
Hold the medicine ball at chest level squeeze it.
While squeezing, slowly straighten your arms, keeping steady pressure on the ball.
Bring the ball back towards the chest.
Repeat a minimum of 10 times.

2. Push Ups

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Lie on your stomach on the ground. Raise your body off the ground with your arms shoulder-width apart and with your lower half supported by the balls of your feet.
Slowly bend your elbows until you reach the ground.
Raise yourself back up and repeat 15-20 times.

3. The T-plank

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Get into position as if you were going to do a push-up.
Keep your legs wider than hip-width apart.
Lift your right arm and your whole body to the right, making a “T” shape.
Hold the position for 10 seconds.
Return to the starting position and repeat on the left side.
Repeat the above steps 10-15 times.

4. Apply Pressure

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Stand straight facing a wall with your back upright.
Lean on the wall with your hands flat and push as if trying to move the wall.
Push at maximum force for 10 seconds.
Release and shake your arms out.
Repeat 10 times.

5. Chest Flys

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Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent.
With your elbows slightly bent, hold the dumbbells above your shoulders.
Lower the weights until your elbows are in line with your chest.
Keep the same bend in your elbows and lift the weights back up.
Repeat 10 times.

6. Lying Triceps Extension

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Start by lying on your back.
With one dumbbell in each hand, raise your arms so they are above your chest, making sure your elbows are straight but not locked.
Slowly lower both arms toward your head, bending your elbows at 90 degrees as the dumbbells reach the mat.
Aim to lower your dumbbells so they are on either side of your head, elbows bent and pressing in toward your head.
Lift arms back up to starting position.
Repeat 10 times.

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