Okay ladies, we all love our boobs. Big, small, however they are! But we all do want one thing – for them to be perkier and firmer! Because, come on, who doesn’t want that! And so, we bring you a few exercises to help you get firmer breasts! Yes, yes, you’re welcome! 😉
Balance your body on your hands and toes, with your legs stretched out straight back and your palms down to the side of your shoulders, slightly wider than shoulder-width. Now, slowly lower your chest between your arms. If you find it difficult to do this while on your toes, try putting your knees down to the floor. Get back to starting position. Repeat this 10 times and do about 3 sets.
On an excercising bench, lie down flat on your back. Let your lower legs hang from the bench, so that your upper body, along with your thigh region, are on the bench. Make sure your feet are flat on the ground. Get dumbbells of about 2 or 3 kgs (no more) if you’re a beginner. Hold your arms straight up, directly above your head, while holding the dumbbells. Slowly bend your arms at the elbows and lower them, so that the dumbbells are at the level of your chest. Pause briefly and take your arms back to starting position. Repeat 10 times and try to do 3 sets.
Lie on a bench with your feet flat on your floor – if you have a bench, or simple lay down on an exercise mat on the floor. Do not arch your back. Extend your arms straight up, letting your dumbbells be directly above your chest. Make sure that your palms are pointing inward. Now, slowly lower your arms directly to the side, till your upper arms are parallel to the floor. Keep your elbows slightly bent throughout. Take them back up into starting position. Do about 3 sets of 10 repetitions each.
Hold your arms out directly toward the side of your shoulder, keeping your feet slightly wider than shoulder width. Bend your elbows at a 90-degree angle, while holding weights of about 2 or 3 kgs. Lift your arms straight up, directly above your head, from that position. Bring back down to the 90-degree angle. Repeat about 10 times and do 2 or 3 sets, whatever you can manage.
Hold weights of about 2 or 3 kgs. Raise the weights up to eye level, bending your arms at the elbows while letting your arms face each other (palms inward). Press your weights together at eye level. Now, open your elbows wide, sideways. As you open your elbows, make sure not to let them go past your shoulders. Then squeeze your elbows back together without letting the weights drop down past eye level. Repeat 20 to 30 times.