6 simple exercises to boost saggy breasts

We are all born different but there are some priorities we share no matter what sex, age or nationality we are. Both men and women pay attention to women’s breasts, that’s a fact.

That is why, when you realize that there is something wrong with your breasts you feel embarrassed, even around a person you love that you have been with for a million years already.

Saggy breasts are something that most women fear and there is no wonder why. But, whether you like it or not, there are some things and factors in our lives that we can’t control, no matter how hard we try.

Although there also some things we can’t control, there are things we can do and the only thing we need is a bit of stubbornness and motivation.

You may wonder what we are getting at! Well, the thing is, that in case you consider yourself to be the unlucky owners of saggy breasts, not all hope is lost. There are things you can do to improve the elasticity of your breasts.

The first thing that came into our mind was exercising. Guess what? After we have carried out thorough research, we have come to understand that it is possible to get rid of the nasty sagginess via exercising.

That is why we are going to present you a list of six exercises which may be helpful if you are struggling with breast sagginess. Are you willing to take a chance? What are you waiting for?

#1. Chest press

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1. Lie down on a mat with your knees bent and a dumbbell in each hand.

2. Push the dumbbells up toward the ceiling so that your arms are directly over your shoulders and your palms are facing your feet.

3. Lower your arms and repeat the movement.

#2. Commando rows

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1. Stand holding a pair of dumbbells in front of your thighs and bend forward at the waist.

2. Pull the dumbbells toward your chest, keeping your arms a little wider than shoulder width apart.

3. Lower the dumbbells and return to the initial position.

4. Repeat this exercise until the set is complete.

#3. Pullover

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1. Hold a dumbbell in each hand or hold only one dumbbell with both hands and lie down on a mat with your knees bent.

2. Press your arms up and keep your hands together with the palms facing each other.

3. Lower the dumbbells over and beyond your head until your upper arms are in line with your torso.

4. Pull the dumbbells up and over your chest and repeat.

#5. Lying Chest Fly

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1. Lie down on the mat with a dumbbell in each hand, your arms up and the palms of your hands facing each other.

2. With your elbows slightly bent, lower your arms out to sides until you feel a stretch in your chest muscles.

3. Return to the starting position and repeat the movement.


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1. Sit down on a mat with your knees bent, extend your arms out to the sides and lift your feet off the floor.

2. Twist your torso to the right, and then reverse the motion, twisting it to the left.

3. Repeat this movement until the set is complete.