The breast is not just a part of a woman’s physical feature; its importance has a far deeper meaning. The breast is the fountain of life and the cradle that nourishes life. After the womb, the breast is perhaps the purest aspect of a woman. Through ancient times, a fulsome breast was considered to be the sign of health, which can partly explain the male infatuation towards ‘full’ breasts. As can be seen in the depiction of mother in early paintings and sculptures, they all come with heavy breasts. However, due to the sexual imagery, the aesthetic significance of breasts is lost in the background. While many women are not shy to admit that a firm breast is a lure for men, men are also quite brazen about pinpointing their disdain for women with sagging breasts. That is why women attach considerable importance to their breasts. Perfect well-shaped breast is a confidence booster and no women would like to see their breasts sagging due to age or disease. Thousands of women spend considerable amount of money just to make their breast firm. All these can be prevented if you do exercises that focus on toning the breasts. These exercises will not only keep your breasts in top shape but you can also be justifiably proud of making your bosom look perfect. To know more on these exercises read the article given below.
Exercises For Lifting The Breast
- Lie down on the floor on your back. Extend the arms out to the sides of the body. Take 2 to 3 lb. weights in your arms and lift them off the floor, straight up so that they from the point of a ‘V’. Repeat this exercise 10 to 15 times.
- Stand at least 2 feet away from a wall. Join the hands to form a triangle by joining the thumbs and pointer fingers. Lower the hands slowly so that they are directly in front of your breasts. Now, extend the hands so that they touch the wall. Lean forward on your toes so that your forehead touches the wall and then push yourself using the arms and upper chest so that you are upright again. During this exercise, keep the entire body firm. Do this exercise 5 to 10 times so that you experience pressure in the chest and upper chest.
- Get down on your hands and knees. Take care to support the knees in a comfortable mat. Now move the hands outwards and upwards while lifting the upper body weight. Then lower the upper body until the forearms are parallel with the floor and then lift the upper body again until the arms are straightened. Do this exercise 5 to 10 times to increase the strength of the upper body.
- Stand two feet away from an open doorway and place the hands at shoulder height on either side of the doorway. Lean on your toes, forward, until the chest is in line with the doorway opening. Then push yourself up again until you are upright. Repeat this at least 10 times.
- Extend one of the arms straight in front of the body. Using the other arm, squeeze the extended arm to your chest so that you feel the pectoral muscle squeezing. Repeat this exercise for 10 times on each side.
- Lie flat on the floor holding a five-pound dumb bell in each hand. Bend the arms in a semi circle like a hugging motion. Then open the arms and bring them to the side till the shoulder level. Breathe in while doing the hugging motion and exhale when returning to the starting position.
- Lie on the floor on your back. Keep the knees bent and the feet flat on the floor. Keep the arms at your side at the shoulder level holding a 5-pound dumb bell at each hand, with an overhand grip. Bend the elbows at 90 degrees so that the weight is directly over the shoulders. Press the weights up till the elbows are straight then lower the elbows after a pause. While pushing the weights up, exhale, and while lowering, breathe in. Do three sets of 8 to 15 repetitions.