If gravity and time have been unkind to you, or you’re just looking for a bit of a lift to look perkier, we have the best natural breast lift exercises for you. No matter what stage in life you may be in, we all get self-conscious about our bodies and may want to change them for the better for no other reason than to make ourselves feel better. There is absolutely nothing wrong with how you are, but if you crave self-improvement without surgery, then these workouts may be the perfect thing for you. If this routine isn’t your cup of tea, head over to BalanceKG for more great workouts and dieting solutions to get you to where you want to be.

Natural Breast Lift Exercises Equipment

  • Towel or yoga mat
  • Dumbbells of your desired weight
  • Loop band (one of those giant exercise bands)
  • Bench, optional

Exercises

  • Shoulder Press Elbow Squeeze
  • Pushup
  • Chest Press
  • Reverse Fly
  • Chest Fly
  • Pull Over

Shoulder Press Elbow Squeeze

Start with a dumbbell in each hand. Begin with your arms at a 90-degree angle with your hands level with your ears. We will first press our arms straight up in the air, bring your arms back down with your hands level with the side of your head. With our elbows locked, bring your elbows as close to each other in front of you as you can.  Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.

Pushup

Begin by lying flat on the ground with your hands approximately shoulder-width apart. Push against the ground lifting your upper body until your arms are fully extended. Return to the starting position. You can use your knees to transition to your toes as you develop more upper body strength. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.

Chest Press

This exercise is best performed on a bench, but it is doable on the floor as well. This is essentially a bench press but done with dumbbells instead—lay flat on your back with a dumbbell in each hand. We will be pushing our arms straight out from our chest, then bring them back down; our arms create a 90-degree angle. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.

Reverse Fly

With a dumbbell in each hand, bend your knees slightly and lean your upper body forward until you are almost 90-degrees. Your arms will be hanging straight down from your body. This will be our starting position. Now bring your arms straight out to your sides until they are flat. Return your arms to the starting position. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.

Chest Fly

While lying flat on your back on a bench or ground and with a dumbbell in each hand, fully extend your arms straight out from your chest. Next, we will bring our arms out to our sides, keeping the elbow locked. Allow your arms to come down nearly flat with your body. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.

Pull Over

Starting position will be lying flat on a bench or ground while holding one dumbbell above your face level with both hands. We will then bring the dumbbell over the top of our heads as far as we can. Bring it back to the starting position. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.