The Best Chest Exercises For A Lift

The Best Chest Exercises For A Lift

No matter your bra size, every girl wants firmer and perkier boobs. By strengthening the chest muscles, the pectoralis major and minor, which lie underneath the breast, you can obtain better posture, nice round shoulders and of course, a breast lift.

No, these exercises won’t turn an A into a C, BUT your chest muscles will develop and you will look fuller, higher and larger.

Make Sure You’re Using Dumbbells

For these chest exercises, you’ll want to use handheld weights.

You should always start out with a dumbbell weight you feel comfortable with, especially if you’re a total beginner. For these exercises, I prefer a 5 or an 8 lb weight in each hand.

This set comes in pairs of 2lb, 3lb and 5lb – it’s a cute little set for light workouts, including this beginner’s chest routine. I also love that these weights come with a durable stand to neatly store them.

Use this dumbbell set at home or take them with you for staying on schedule with your workout routine no matter where you go.

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The Best Chest Exercises For A Lift

Try these bust-boosting chest exercises 2x/week with 3 sets of 8.

*Dumbbell Chest Press

How to:
1. Lie down on a mat with your knees bent and a dumbbell in each hand.
2. Push the dumbbells up toward the ceiling, so that your arms are directly over your shoulders and your palms are facing your feet.
3. Lower your arms down and to the side and repeat the movement.

*Chest Fly

How to:
1. Lie down on a mat with a dumbbell in each hand, your arms up and the palms of your hands facing each other.
2. With your elbows slightly bent, lower your arms out to the side until you feel a stretch in your chest muscles.
3. Slowly return to starting position and repeat the movement.

*Knee Push-up

How to:
1. Place your knees on a mat, hands below the shoulders and cross your feet.
2. Keeping your back straight, start bending your elbows until your chest is almost touching the floor.
3. Pause and push back to starting position. Repeat until sets are complete.

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