18 May 2016
Can this exercise move really give you a Breast Lift?
Breast Surgery is one of the most commonly undertaken procedures by women to enhance their bust – but now there’s a new exercise move that promises to give you a natural Breast Lift. The question is, does it actually work?
So just what is this exercise? It’s called the medicine ball push-up and is said to be ideal for any woman wanting a perkier chest.
Kendall Wood, co-author of Core Fitness Solution, explains: “The depth of each rep when you perform a push-up with a medicine ball forces your pectoral muscles to really stretch and subsequently target more of the muscle than a typical push-up.”
Prevent injury by performing this move slowly and purposefully to lift your breasts naturally.
Wood continues: “Since you’re using a ball for stability, it’s harder to fulfil each rep – that makes it a great move to build more lean muscle, but it also makes it harder to do safely, so always maintain a slow, steady pace.”
- Get into a plank position then raise your left hand and place on top of the ball.
- Keep your left hand on the ball and push up, straightening your arms.
- Return to the first position and switch hands, then keep alternating for maximum results.
Does it work?
While the medicine ball push-up may help to lift your breasts, those wanting to go up a cup size will still require Cosmetic Surgery. It’s important to note that making the decision to undergo Breast Augmentation is a serious one and prospective candidates should ensure they book a consultation prior to surgery where they are able to discuss their wishes with a qualified Cosmetic Surgeon who can advise on the next steps.
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