Let’s be honest – only gaining body fat or plastic surgery can increase the size of your breasts. Also there are a lot of ways to actually make them look bigger, like push up bras and silicone pads.
They aren’t the only options though. Personal trainers claim that your breasts will appear bigger if you develop the muscles underneath them.
Don’t expect this workout to turn your breasts from A to B but you are surely missing out on a natural way to add a little extra oomph if you don’t train your chest area.
The workout presented in this article was originally created by the personal trainer Comas Keck and it is specifically designed only for women. She says that when you do exercises for chests from multiple angles and enough weight you stimulate strength and develop muscles. This adds wonderful shape to the chest.
What is key to making this plan effective? Choose weights that are heavy enough. You should feel like you could do about two more reps at the end of each set, but no more. It is crucial to challenge yourself with heavier weights so that muscles can grow. Do these exercises twice a week.
Lie face up on a bench.Your arms must be straight: take a dumbbell in each hand (A). Lower them 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.
EXERCISE 2 : PUSH -UP
Start on all fours, place your palms slightly wider than your shoulders. Keep your feet close together. Form a straight line with your body 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 a bit and then push back to the position where you started. Do 10 push ups and rest for 90 seconds.
Repeat moves 1 and 2 one more time (so you’ll do each exercise twice). Rest 90 seconds before move 3.
EXERCISE 3 : INCLINE DUMBBELL BENCH PRESS
For this exercise you need to sit on an adjustable bench set to a low incline. First, place your feet flat on the floor. Take 2 dumbbells and hold them up above your shoulders. Keep your arms straight (A). and then start lowering the weights slowly , down to the sides of your chest (B). Make a pause, then press the dumbbells back up toward the ceiling. Do 10 reps, then switch to move 4 without rest.
EXERCISE 4 :DUMBBELL FLY
Lie face up on a flat bench and keep your feet flat on the floor. Hold the dumbbells above your shoulders while your elbows are slightly bent (A). Keeping the slight bend in your elbows, lower the weights until your elbows are even with your chest (B). As you press the weights back up keep the same bend in your elbows.
Do ten reps and rest for 90 seconds.
It’s important to be consistent and determined if you want to achieve the results you want. You also need to have the proper equipment and find ti-me to devote to yourself. It will be worth it.
Source : http://www.womenshealthmag.com