Many things make sagging breasts, such as at postpartum, breasts that were large during pregnancy and re-shrink after giving birth. This natural change can reduce skin elasticity, making your breasts look loose. Even so, you can get back breasts that are tight with lifestyle changes such as exercise. It's not difficult, this is a sports movement that you can do to tighten the breasts.
Exercise to tighten the breast
To tighten your breasts again, you don't have to do surgery by paying a high price. Sports can help you to keep your breast shape attractive.
Perform strength training to build a major pectoralis muscle, which is the muscle that forms the chest and is located below the breast. Larger pectoralis muscles can help push breast tissue forward and compress the breast skin, making the breasts look firmer and denser.
Here's a simple exercise to tighten the breasts that you can practice.
1. Dumbbell bench press
Lying straight on the bench, hold the dumbbell in each of your hands (A). Lower the dumbbell to the side of your chest (B). Then return to the starting position, and repeat 10 times.
2. Push up
There are several types of push ups that can strengthen the muscles that support the breast. If you can, do push ups in the plank position, but if you don't do push ups on your knees. Push ups are generally done by bending and holding your arms at your elbows while at your knees or at the tips of your toes in a plank position.
How to do push ups, starting with all fours, palms slightly wider than shoulders, feet close together. Your body must form a straight line from head to toe (A).
Lower your body down until your chest almost touches the floor. Keep your upper arm at a 45 degree angle to your body (B). Take a break, then push back to the starting position. Do push ups 10 times and rest for 90 seconds.
3. Incline dumbbell bench press
Sit on a bench that can be adjusted in height, about 15-30 degrees and place your feet straight on the floor. Hold two dumbbells and hold them above your shoulders, with your arms straight (A). Gently lower the dumbbell to the side of your chest (B). Then press the dumbbell back toward the ceiling. Do this movement 10 times.
4. Dumbbell fly
Do this movement by lying face down on a flat bench with your feet flat on the floor. Hold a pair of dumbbells on your shoulders with your elbows slightly bent (A).
Keep a little curve in your elbow, lower the weight to your elbow even to your chest (B). Keep the same elbow at your elbows when you press the load back. Do this movement 10 times, with a break of 90 seconds.
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