7 simple exercises to increase breast size 7 simple exercises to increase breast size
Since the inception of HealthLoco, we have received dozens of enquiries daily from our awesome readers, and one of the most common questions that... 7 simple exercises to increase breast size

Since the inception of HealthLoco, we have received dozens of enquiries daily from our awesome readers, and one of the most common questions that we get is: “How do I increase my breast size?”

Let’s admit it, the bust is one of the most appealing physical features of a woman. In addition to making you look more attractive, they can also boost your self-confidence.

Sadly, not many of us are blessed with the perfect pair of boobs that matches her body shape. And to combat that, many women opt for breast enhancement surgery. Now, these methods are not wrong but they can tend to be expensive and may not always provide fruitful results. Breast enhancement can also have side effects that can be devastating for our precious body.

For those that want to know how to make your ‘sisters’ (Boobs) bigger, here are some workouts you can do to enhance your bust size naturally.

“Developing the muscles underneath your breasts will enhance the look of your breasts and make them appear larger,” says Jen Comas Keck, a certified personal trainer and former figure competitor.

1. Chest Press

Dumbbell chest press

Photo: Workoutlabs

The chest press exercises are one of the workouts that target the shoulders, triceps, and chest muscles. Working the muscles underneath the breast will help to increase bust size.

How to do it:

  • Lie with your back on the floor or bench.
  • Then, clutch your dumbbells and position your hands to the side of your chest with your arms bent. This is your starting position.
  • Push the dumbbells up until your arms are extended over your chest.
  • Lower the weights back to the starting position.

Repeat for 30 reps for 3 sets. If you find that 30 times is a lot, you can start with 15 reps for 3 sets.

2. Push-ups

push ups

Photo: Workoutlabs

Now push-ups are one of the basic exercises that can be performed anywhere at anytime. Even though it is a basic exercise, it works a few of your muscle groups such as your shoulders, back arms, abdominals, and chest muscles.

How to do it:

  • To do this workout, begin by lying down facing the floor in a plank position with your hands shoulder width apart and with your hands straight, keeping your body core tight and body straight.
  • Then, lower your body to the floor without touching the floor by bending your arms.

Repeat this for 15 reps for 3 sets.

3. Pectoral Fly (Chest Fly)

Chest Fly

Photo: Workoutlabs

The muscles under the boobs are known as the pectoralis major muscle. As the name suggested, the pectoral fly primarily works the pectoral muscles.

How to do it:

  • With two dumbbells, one on each hand, lie on your back on the floor or on a bench.
  • Then, bring your arms straight to your sides.
  • Lift the dumbbell up above your chest.
  • Bend your elbows slightly and slowly lower your dumbbells to your sides until you feel your chest muscles are stretched.

Repeat this for 15 reps for 3 sets.

4. Chair dips

Tricep dips

Photo: Workoutlabs

For this exercise, you will need a stable chair. This exercise not only works and tone your arms for you, it also works the pectoral muscles.

How to do it:

  • Take a stable chair and sit on it with your palms on the edge of the seat with your fingers pointing towards your feet.
  • Then, shift your weight onto your hands and move your butt is off the chair.
  • Lower your body down towards the floor, bending your elbows at a 90-degree angle until your shoulders line up with your elbows.
  • Then, press your palms back up.

Repeat this for 15 sets of 3 reps.

5. Plank reaches

Photo: Balance Mf

The plank reach is one of the basic exercises that work the whole body.

How to do it:

  • Begin by facing the floor in a plank position.
  • Lift your right hand and reach it straight out in front of you.
  • Lower it down back on the floor and lift your hand. Repeat with your other hand.

Repeat this exercise for 15 reps of 3 sets.

6. Medicine ball push-up

Photo: Workoutlabs

A medicine ball is simply a large, heavy, and solid ball that is used for exercises. The medicine ball push-up is another variation of push-ups that work the triceps and the chest muscles. The only difference is that instead of putting your hands on the floor, you put them on the ball and balance yourself while doing the push ups.

How to do it:

  • Place the medicine ball on the ground.
  • Go into a push-up position, only with your hands on the ball with your hands together in a diamond shape stance.
  • Then lower your chest towards the ball and hold for about 3 seconds before pushing yourself back up.

Repeat for 15 reps for 3 sets.

7. Chest press with a gym ball

Photo: Restorephysio

This workout is similar to the chest press workout and works the pectoral muscles. The only difference is that it uses a gym ball instead and requires you to work your muscles while balancing yourself.

How to do it:

  • Lie with your back flat on the gym ball with your feet on the ground to help you balance.
  • With the dumbbell in each hand, lower the dumbbell down to your sides of your chest. This is your starting position.
  • Then, push the weight upwards.
  • Lower back down into your starting position.

Repeat for 15 reps of 3 sets.

Cover photo: Agirlwhomakes

Vickie Ng

Vickie Ng

Vickie is a day dreamer and someone who is passionate about the world of words. The odd one in her family and amongst her group of friends. Her minds often wander elsewhere, usually thinking of interesting and unusual things. She also has an addiction for travel and craves for it 100% of the time.

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