Ladies and men alike want to have a full and round chest, but no one wants to see any sagging there. Women especially are prone to sagging breasts over time and many just accept it as a normal part of life.
Though gravity is working against them, there are a lot of ways to prevent sagging and keep the girls where they should be. Women with or without breast augmentation can use these tricks to get the perfect look. Here are the best exercises to perk up your chest.
Uneven pushups may sound a little strange, but if both sides are done evenly, they can do wonders to raise the chest. Use a medicine ball or a step to raise one hand off the ground with the other still planted on the floor. Preform regular pushups and then switch sides. The slightly different angel makes a big difference to target the right muscles.
A shoulder press is a pretty standard move that can pack some real punch. Simply raise a pair of dumbbells overhead until arms are extended and then bring them back down to shoulder level. Repeat a few sets each day to see the difference in a few weeks.
Exercise ball wall press
A stability ball or exercise ball is a great tool to have in any home gym. Women can use this tool to challenge their chest muscles in a new way and build muscle. Place the ball on a wall at chest height. Bend the elbows out to the side and press the chest down towards the ball, like a standing pushup. Repeat at least 10.
Resistance band front raise
Resistance bands are a great way to tone and build lean muscle, perfect for the ideal woman’s physique. Take a resistance band and place it under one foot. Step the opposite foot slightly forward and raise the arms to shoulder height. Repeat on each side for a firm and lifted chest.
Dumbbell lying chest fly
A chest fly is another common exercise that men do to build a strong chest. Women can do the same to see more definition in their breasts. Lie on a bench with a pair of dumbbells and extend them out to the sides, straight out from the chest. Bring them together above the chest with elbows slightly bent and replace back to the sides. Repeat a few sets as a part of the normal routine.
Medicine ball chest pass
This is a fun one to complete with a friend who also wants to create a perkier chest. Women can stand a few feet apart with one holding a medicine ball. Toss the medicine ball back and forth to one another for a few round of fun exercise, pushing straight out from the chest for the best results.
Incline barbell bench press
The most popular exercise for defining the pectoral muscles is the bench press. Start out with light dumbbells and work up to using the barbell for the most definition.