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10 Exercises to Do to Lift Your Breasts

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It was in the last century when Camille Volaire, a TV host and a fitness trainer, created a program for beautiful and lifted breasts. Not only did the exercises turn out to be easy to do, but they were also effective — that’s why women from all over the world loved them so much.

5-Minute Crafts offers you a chance to try this training. Keep in mind that it is necessary to perform these exercises on a regular basis — it will help you see the positive results faster.

1. “Catcher of stars”

  1. Stand straight, lift your arms with a bend in the elbows, and bend your head slightly backward. Inhale.

  2. As you exhale, raise one hand up. Stretch as if you want to grab a star.

  3. Go back to the initial position during another exhale.

  4. Repeat the same actions with the second arm.

Do the exercise for 1 minute.

2. “Elephant”

  1. Spread your legs shoulder-width apart.

  2. Bend your torso forward so that it is parallel to the floor. Put your arms down. Don’t slouch — your back should be straight.

  3. Start walking backward, swinging your arms to the left and to the right at the same time. Your head should turn according to your arms’ movements. Exhale on each lift.

Do the exercise for 30 seconds.

3. “Cobra”

  1. Lay down on a mat with your tummy down. Position your feet on your toes. Place your hands on the back of your head.

  2. As you inhale, lift your torso and head from the floor. Try to keep your elbows to the sides when lifting your head. Hold this position for several seconds.

  3. As you exhale, put your torso and head back on the floor by relaxing your back muscles.

Do 15 reps.

4. “Tennis ball”

  1. Stand straight and place your legs hip-width apart. Keep your back straight and stretch your neck by putting your shoulders down.

  2. Put your hands at the level of your chest, holding a tennis ball between them. Keep your elbows straight out to the sides and make sure they don’t fall down.

  3. As you exhale, slightly press the ball by squeezing it from both sides. Relax your palms as you inhale.

Do 15 reps.

5. “Book”

  1. Stand straight and stretch your arms to the sides. Hold a heavy book in each of them. You can also use dumbbells. Take a deep breath.

  2. As you exhale, bring your arms together in front of you. Keep your elbows slightly bent.

  3. Go back to the initial position as you inhale.

Do 15 reps.

6. “Scissors”

  1. Stand straight and stretch your arms to the sides. Keep your palms upward. Relax your shoulders, keep your back straight. Take a deep breath.

  2. As you exhale, bring your arms together in front of you and cross them. Turn your palms over so that they face down.

  3. Go back to the initial position as you are inhaling. Alternately overlap your arms with every rep.

Do the exercise for 30 seconds.

7. “Albatross”

  1. Keep your body straight and place your legs shoulder-width apart. Lift your arms to the level of your shoulders and stretch them to the sides. Keep your palms upward. Take a deep breath.

  2. As you exhale, move your hands backward by opening your chest. Swing your arms a bit.

  3. Take a deep breath and go back to the initial position.

Do the exercise for 30 seconds.

8. “Pillow”

  1. Take a pillow and put it in front of you. Keep your back straight and your shoulders relaxed. Pay attention to the fact that unlike the tennis ball exercise, your elbows should be kept down here, while your fingers should be spread apart.

  2. Inhale and then squeeze the pillow as you exhale. Don’t tense your neck — it’s only your arms and breasts that should be working.

  3. Relax your palms as you exhale.

Do 15 reps.

9. “Cradle”

  1. Stand straight and slightly bend your knees. Lift your arms in front of your chest, and wrap your elbows with your palms. Hold them tight. Take a deep breath.

  2. As you exhale, lift the crossed arms to the level of your shoulders by pressing your elbows up. You should feel the accessory muscles tighten on both sides of the breasts.

  3. Go back to the initial position and inhale.

Do 15 reps.

10. “Under chin”

  1. Stretch your arms to the sides, bend them at the elbows at shoulder-level. Put one palm over the other, and put your chin on them. Do a full-chest breath.

  2. As you exhale, start to press your hands with your chin at the same time, resisting with your hands.

  3. Relax and exhale.

Do 20 reps.

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