Exercises to Enlarge Breast Size

Updated July 20, 2017

If you're a woman who feels insecure about her breast size, you may want to consider other options before deciding on plastic surgery. Plastic surgery can be very expensive, painful and dangerous. There are many medical complications that arise from plastic surgery operations.

There are many specific and effective exercises you can do in the comfort of your own home to make your breasts appear larger. These exercises are safe, free and can help improve your overall health.

Exercise for Increasing Breast Size

Place both arms out in front of you, with your hands on the floor. Level your body and keep your legs straight and together. Let your body fall as close to the floor as you can get with out touching it, then raise your body back up until your arms are extended. This exercise is called a push-up. Do as many push-ups as you can, and each time you do a set add in a couple more. For example, if you can do 10 push-ups, then try for 15 the next time.

In addition to push-ups, you can also do palm-pushes to enlarge your breast size. Palm pushes work by pressing the palms of your hands together for five seconds, while keeping your forearms straight. This will also help tone your biceps and triceps. Do this exercise at least five times.

Exercise for Expanding Breast Tissue

Stand in the centre of a room with your arms out in front of you and bent at the elbows (palms up). Extended your elbows back behind you as far as they can go, then bring them back to the starting position. Do this exercise at a quicker pace for about 20 to 30 repetitions.

Safe, Effective and Free

Physical exercise and weight training can be a good for enlarging your breast size if they are done properly and on a regular basis. You can target the breast area and work on enhancing the tissue around the breast. Add in a little weightlifting, your breast size can increase significantly. You don't have to get plastic surgery or take vitamin supplements. These exercises are complete safe, effective and free.

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Lyndsey D'Arcangelo has experience as a journalist, copywriter, author, freelancer and blogger for over 10 years. She recently won the Golden Crown Literary Society Award for Debut Fiction for her young adult novel, "The Trouble with Emily Dickinson."