Get ready to bust a move—and boost your bust.
None other than surgery or increased body fat can actually increase the size of their breasts. As to what they look bigger, well, that’s the reason of the change we spend on fasteners each year is greater than the GDP of Iceland.
Pushups and fill are not your only options, however. “The development of the muscles under your breasts will improve the appearance of your breasts and make them appear bigger,” says Jen Comas Keck, a certified personal trainer and former figure competitor.
Let’s be honest: this routine does not turn cups A to B or beyond. But if-as most women rarely train your chest, then you’re missing out on a natural way to add a little extra push.
The following workout was created by Comas Keck specifically for women. “Working chest from multiple angles with enough weight ensures plenty of incentive to increase strength and build muscle,” she says. “This can add beautiful shape in the chest.”
The key to making this effective plan: Be sure to choose weights that are heavy enough. You should feel that you could do about two repetitions at the end of each game, but no more. “It is important to be tested with heavy weights in order for muscle growth to take place,” says Comas Keck. Perform the following routine twice a week.
MOVE 1: Dumbbell Bench Press
Lie faceup on a bench with your arms straight, a dumbbell in each hand(A). Lower the dumbbells until they’re close to the sides of your chest (B), then press them back up to the starting position. That’s one rep. Do 10 reps, then go to move 2 without rest.
MOVE 2: Pushup
Start on all fours, your palms slightly wider than your shoulders, feet close together. Your body should form a straight line from head to toe (A). Lower down until your chest almost touches the floor. Keep your upper arms at a 45-degree angle to your torso (B). Pause, then push back to the starting position. Do 10 pushups and rest 90 seconds.
Repeat moves 1 and 2 one more time (so you’ll do each exercise twice). Rest 90 seconds before move 3.
MOVE 3:Incline Dumbbell Bench Press
Sit on an adjustable bench set to a low incline (about 15 to 30 degrees) and place your feet flat on the floor. Grasp two dumbbells and hold them up above your shoulders, arms straight (A). Slowly lower the weights down to the sides of your chest (B). Pause, then press the dumbbells back up toward the ceiling. Do 10 reps, then go to move 4 without rest.
MOVE 4: Dumbbell Fly
Lie faceup on a flat bench with your feet flat on the floor. Hold a pair of dumbbells above your shoulders with your elbows slightly bent (A). Keeping the slight bend in your elbows, lower the weights until your elbows are even with your chest (B). Keep the same bend in your elbows as you press the weights back up. Perform 10 reps. Rest 90 seconds.
Repeat moves 3 and 4 (you’ll do each exercise twice).