Though the craze for the past couple of years has been for bigger butts, many women desire full, perky breasts just as much. Upper body workouts are important in your fitness routine as they improve your posture and give you a little oomph. Though it’s impossible to cheat gravity or alter our natural build (without surgery), these exercises will definitely give you more perky breasts.
What You’ll Need
A pair of Dumbbells (2.5 kg)
Large Workout Ball
Listing weights is one of the best ways to get perky breasts. With your upper body lying flat and your feet on the ground, lift the 2 dumbbells above your shoulder and slowly lower them to the side of your chest (as you would do while lifting weights). Take enough time to breathe in and out but do not rest your body. Repeat this 10 times for 2 sets then move to the next exercise.
This workout really works on your pecs. With your body inclined to about 30 degrees, pick up the dumbbells and lift them above your chest so they are parallel to each other. keep your elbows bent while slowly lowering the dumbbells until your chest is stretched out and your arms are wide open to the side. The movements for this exercise should come from your shoulder joint not your elbow. Repeat 10 times for 3 sets taking a 60-second break in between.
Planks are a great abs workout. With a little twist, it becomes a great chest workout too. Start in a plank position with your hand firmly on the ground and your body slightly lifted. Cross your right hand to the left side as you move your left foot to the left side. Consequently, cross your left hand to the right side and move your right foot to the right side. This exercise helps you tone your shoulders, firms your chest and abs. repeat it 12 times for one set.
Push-ups are the oldest trick in the books for perky breasts and I’m not talking about bras. Kneel on the floor crossing your ankles. Place your hands on the floor slightly in front of your shoulders and apart from your body. Your knees, shoulders and hips should be at straight angles. Then, lower your upper body to the ground and lift to the original position. Do this exercise 20 times for 2 sets.
You may not be a fan of push-ups but this one isn’t half as bad. Using the workout ball, lay flat on it facing the ground and keep your feet firmly on the ground for stability. Place your hands at the back of your head and lift your upper body towards your spine. Keep your body lengthened then slowly lower your upper body towards your hips. Repeat this 10 times for 2 sets.
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