As a woman, there is no shame in trying to look and feel better. We understand you are wondering if it is possible to naturally increase your breast size. The honest answer is MAYBE.
The surest solution to altering your breast’s morphology is by going under the knife; breast augmentation surgery (also known as breast implant).
Meanwhile, exercise can do a little magic by modifying the overall appearance of your pectoral muscles (chest muscles). This can indirectly affect your breast shape and give it a more appealing look.
The exercises highlighted in this article will make your breast appear fuller and firmer.
Why should I consider breast enhancement?
A study published in 2013 indicates that 32.7 per cent of men finds medium breasts, followed by large (24.4 %) and very large (19.1 %) breasts. This means, only a small percentage of men population finds small breast appealing.
An older study published in 2011 confirmed men prefer medium to large breast size. The research result also noted the angle of view also affects men’s perception.
Probably you do not care about how men objectify your body, but then, everyone wants to walk into a room, making people turn their heads.
Here are some easy exercises to naturally increase your breast size.
Dumbbell chest press
- Lie on a bench or floor with a dumbbell in each hand. If you use a bench, you may have your feet up on the bench or on the floor, whichever is comfortable for bench height and your body and leg length.
- Position the dumbbells at the shoulders with upper arms at about 45 degrees to the body. Keep elbows forward of the shoulder line to avoid stress on the shoulder joint. The palms should face forward and your thumbs should be wrapped around the handle.
- Brace the abdominal muscles, tilt the chin slightly toward the chest and ensure you are in a stable and comfortable position. You’re ready to lift.
- Push the weights upward while exhaling, taking care not to lock out the elbows in an explosive movement. The weights should follow a shallow arc and almost meet over the top of the chest. It’s OK to straighten the arms as long as you don’t do it with sudden or explosive force. The head and shoulder blades should not rise off the bench or floor.
- Lower the weights, muscles contracted, while inhaling and controlling the return to the starting position.
- Get in plank position, with your wrist under your shoulders and toes tucked in.
- Make sure your body is in a straight line from head to toes and your abs are tight.
- Alternate hands, reach down with a straight. arm and touch the opposite hip. This adds an element of cardio to the move.
Alternating dumbbell press
- Grab a set of dumbbells and hold one in each hand, palms facing one another. Choose a weight that you can press at least 8 times.
- Lay with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor at hips width. Engage your midline.
- Extending your arms over your chest. Keeping the left dumbbell where it is, slowly lower the right dumbbell toward the chest until your elbow is at or just below parallel with the ground.
- Pause, then press the weight overhead until the right arm is fully extended and the right palm is facing the left palm.
- Repeat, this time moving your left time.
- Do 2 sets of 8 to 12 repetitions, on each side.
- Stand with your back facing a chair.
- Place your hands shoulder-wide apart on the edge of the surface. Step 3: Your shoulders should be perpendicular to your wrist and fingers touching your body (stand so close to the chair).
- Extend your legs with your heels touching the floor.
- Bend your elbow and lower your hips in a controlled manner until your elbow makes a 90-degree angle.
- Pause and then move upward to complete one repetition.
- Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart. Extend your arms in front of you (parallel to the floor).
- Circle your arms forward in a controlled motion so that you feel a stretch in your triceps.
- Reverse the direction of the circles and repeat the same.