Ladies – we understand that it can get really depressing when your bosom starts to sag. It happens to the best of us.
Age makes it difficult for your chest to get perky as time goes on. However we have a few exercises that are are sure to lift your bust courtesy of celeb trainer Harley Pasternak.
Pasternak has worked with some of Hollywood’s sexiest women from Rihanna to Megan Fox.
So if you need that extra boost, with accompanying core work out, then check these 4 important exercises
Lie face down with arms and legs fully extended. Then lift both arms and legs upward as high as you possible can. Hold this for a count of one then lower them back down. Repeat.
2. Lying Dumbbell Triceps Extension
Lie face up with knees bent. Take a 5-8 pound dumbbell in each hand. Extend arms straight up toward ceiling, palms facing in. Hinge arms at elbows and then lower dumbbells back toward the sides of your head ears. Contract triceps and extend arms back up, while keeping upper arms perpendicular to the floor. Keep your elbows pointed towards the ceiling throughout the entire move.
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3. Stiff Leg Deadlift
Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and knees slightly bent. Hold a 5-pound dumbbell in each hand with palms facing the front of your thighs. Keep your head up and shoulders back, inhale and push hips back. Keep weight on your heels – lowering your torso as you slide weights down your thighs. Slowly reverse motion, rising back to start.
4. TRX Back Row
Stand, feet together while facing the TRX suspension trainer. Grab a handle in each hand; palms face in. Step back to create some tension in the straps, and then lean back onto your heels so that your body forms a 45-degree angle from the floor. The straps should be tense and your arms fully extended. With abs tight, slowly pull yourself up until elbows are at the side of your torso. Slow reverse the motion, and then repeat.
With these exercises, not only will you have a fuller, perkier chest but you’ll also have a great work out for your abs!
Try it today!
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