Do you want to make your breasts look bigger? You can use push-ups and padding, but they aren’t your only option. Instead, you can try to develop the muscles underneath your breasts and they will enhance the look of your breasts and make them appear larger. You won’t turn A cups to Bs or beyond, but at least you will add a little extra oomph.
This workout is created by Comas Keck, specifically for women, to add beautiful shape to the chest. He believes that working the chest from multiple angles with enough weight ensures plenty of stimulus to increase strength and develop the muscles.
If you want this workout to be effective, you must choose weights that are heavy enough, so you will feel like you could do about two more repetitions at the end of each set.
Perform this routine twice a week and remember to challenge yourself with heavier weights in order for muscle growth to take place.
Dumbbell bench press
Lie with your back on a bench. Keep your arms straight and take a dumbbell in each hand (A). Now, lower the dumbbells until they are close to the sides of your chest (B). To finish the exercise, press them back up to the starting position. Do 10 repetitions of this exercise, and then continue to the other one without rest.
Start from a position where you are on all fours, with your palms slightly wider than your shoulders and your feet close together. Keep in mind that your body should form a straight line from head to toe (A). Lower down until your chest almost touches the ground and keep your upper arms at a 45 angle to your torso (B). Go back to the starting position. Do 10 pushups and then rest for 90 seconds.
Repeat the first and the second exercise one more time, rest for 90 seconds and perform the third exercise.
Incline dumbbell bench press
Sit on a bench set to a low incline (about 15 to 30 degrees). Place your feet flat on the floor. Take two dumbbells and hold them up above your shoulders. Keep your arms straight (A). Now slowly lower the dumbbells down to the sides of your chest (B). After few seconds, press the dumbbells back up towards the ceiling. Make 10 repetitions of this exercise and move without resting to the last one.
Lie on a flat bench, with your feet flat on the floor. Bent your elbows slightly and hold a pair of dumbbells above your shoulders (A).Lower the weights until your elbows are even with your chest, but remember to keep the slight bend in them (B). Now press the weights back up. Do 10 repetitions and then rest for 90 seconds.
Repeat the third and the forth exercise once more.