10 Best Exercises To Lift Breasts After Breastfeeding

Hey ladies! Are you tired of sagging breasts? Especially if you are a mommy and you finished breastfeeding and your breasts look like a…sock! Yes, their firmness disappears and your breasts will look like…anything else but not breasts! Well, you may think that the only way to get your breasts back after breastfeeding is implant? Wrong! Exercises are the best way to get those firm and sexy breasts back!

And the following exercises I collected from a long list is the best way to lift and firm your breasts quickly!

Remember: these exercises should be done daily!

Dumbbell Bench Press

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Lie down on the bench. Bring your legs down to the floor if they are high up in the air.
Now hold one dumbbell in each hand and bring them closer to your chest.
Press them up together and come back to the first position.
This completes one rep.
Repeat 20 times.

Push Ups

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Begin in plank position with the arms and body straight, shoulders over the wrists. Keep the core engaged.
Bend the elbows behind you and lower your chest to the floor. Keep your upper arms tight to your body so your elbows are against your ribs on both sides.
Straighten the arms, coming back to plank position.
This counts as one rep. Do as many reps as you can with correct form.

Push Ups With Medicine Ball

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The body position for the exercise remains the same (lying on the floor, face down you push the body off the using the hands).
This time place a medicine ball in front of you , and instead of placing the hands to the floor wider then shoulder position, place them on the medicine ball and do the pushups.
Not only it will trigger the chest, but it will trigger the arm muscles more.

Dumbbell Fly

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Grab a pair of dumbbells and get into your plank position with your shoulders over your hands.
Perform a pushup. On your way up, pull one of the dumbbells up toward your chest, elbow bent against the ribcage.
Try to graze your left side when you “row” the dumbbell back, straightening your elbow.
This is your tricep extension.
Bend the arm back and place the dumbbell on the floor. That is one rep. Perform another push up and repeat the row and extension on the opposite arm.

Chest Pass

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Lie on the floor with your back straight.
Hold a medicine ball with both your hands and place it on your chest.
Now keep the abs engaged and throw the ball high up.
Catch it back again with your arms straightened.
Bring it back to your chest and repeat 3 sets of 10 reps each.

Rear Lateral Raise

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Setup: Hold a set of weights with your arms at your sides, palms facing inward. Fold forward from your hips with a straight back until your torso is 45 degrees or slightly lower to the ground. Allow your arms to hang straight down from your shoulders and bend your elbows slightly.

Move: Leading with your elbows, lift the weights up and to the sides until they are parallel to your shoulders. Pause briefly, then slowly lower to the start.

Tip: Keep the weights in your peripheral vision to hit the rear delts and not the back muscles.

Elbow Squeezes

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Stand in a position and don’t stand straight. Just twist your hip slightly that must be at 90 degree angle standing position.
Close your elbows straight position and hold dumbbell in both hands.
Don’t force the weights to fall.
Press them for couple of seconds and then widen your arms.
Return to the first position.
Repeat this exercise 10 to 15 times per day.

Inverted Wall Pushups

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Stand straight facing the wall.
Bend down and keep both your arms on the floor.
Taking the support of your arms, lift your body upwards. Move very slowly and cautiously.
Touch the wall with both your feet. Take the support of the wall by keeping your feet on it.
Slowly bring your head to the ground.
Stay in the position for a few seconds before coming back to the starting position.
Practice the move nicely before doing the exercise repeatedly.


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Did you know yoga can also lift your breasts? Yoga exercises like the triangle pose, cobra pose and standing forward pose are a few examples that can help you tone your breasts.


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Swimming is also another workout you could try to lift your breasts. Not only does it burn a lot of calories within an hour, but also brings more beauty and shape to your chest.

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