All women desire to have flawlessly shaped breasts throughout their lives but breast sagging is a natural process that happens due to aging where the breasts lose their elasticity. However, you don’t have to have a surgery for the perfect perky boobs – all you need to do is some fairly easy exercises at home, such as the chest flex.
Here are 8 more exercises that work on the pectoral muscles which help support your bosom, courtesy of Style Graze.
1. On your back
For the first exercise, you need to lay on your back, bend your knees and take a dumbbell in each hand. Start by raising your arms, stretching them all the way and pull them back.
2. Bent knees
While you are standing, lean forward a bit and bends your knees. With your elbows close to your body, start raising the dumbbells up to the hips and hold for a short time. Then bring your arms back to the position you started in.
3. On your back + legs
For this exercise, do the same things as for the first one, except the fact that you need to raise your legs which will also work the muscles in your stomach.
4. Bent knees + open shoulders
And this one is just like the second one. The only difference is that your shoulders should be open when you raise your arms.
5. One dumbbell
For this exercise, lay on your back while holding just one dumbbell. Now raise your arms and put the dumbbell behind your head, go back to the starting position and repeat.
6. Standing straight
Stand straight with two dumbbells in your hands that you will raise above your head. Go back to the starting position and repeat.
7. One leg stand
For this exercise that might be a little more difficult because you need to stand on one leg, you need to bend forward a bit and keep one leg stretched behind your back. Just alternate the legs to do the exercise.
8. The all-time classic: push-ups
And lastly, you can do simple push-ups that will make your chest firm. Just place your knees on the floor and stretch yourself into the right position.
Beginners should do 4 sets of each of these exercises with 12 repetitions in each set.