10 Simple Exercises that Will Lift Your Breasts Without Going to the Gym

Every day, you can see a million women with beautiful breasts. They’re on the TV, on the billboards, advertisements and lingerie shop windows. You probably feel envy sometimes, and you wish you had both big and firm boobs.

Nowadays, there are many ways of achieving the look you want. If you want to look thinner, you choose a garment that will bring the skinny look, and if you want your breasts to look bigger, just buy the push-up bra. But, in both cases the solution is not permanent –you’ll need to make some deeper changes.

The secret of women whose boobs look perfectly lies in adequate diet and regular exercise. In that way, you’ll both feel good and look that way – and those two concepts always go together.

Is It Possible to Lift Sagging Breasts?

This might be one of the most asked questions; and the answer could be both yes and no. Many things influence breast size and shape, and some of them are related to genetics and age – so, you can’t do much to prevent some changes.

Sagging breasts usually come along with age – the skin begins to lose its elasticity, and that’s why the boobs become softer, vary in the size, or start losing the density. When that moment comes, most women start looking for the possible solutions for permanent retrieving the firmness and natural breast lift.
The truth is that there are no specific exercises to lift sagging breasts. They mostly consist of the fat, not the muscle so that no workout will strengthen them. But there is a training dedicated to pectoral muscles, which come underneath the breasts, and if you build them, your bust will become lifter, perkier and it will look enhanced.

We live in a modern age, we live fast, and usually there’s no space for additional pleasures like the gym. So, let’s have a look at 10 exercises to lift breasts, and which you can do at home with a bottle of water and a towel.

Let’s get started!

1. Wide Push-Ups

Push-ups are one of the best chest workouts for women since they strengthen the pectoral muscles and they help your breasts reach firmness and look slightly bigger.

Wide push-ups are like standard push-ups, but with arms placed wider than shoulder-width apart. That’s exactly the reason why is this exercise optimal for breast lift – the wider position has more effect on the chest.

How to do it?
  • Get into the push-up position on your hands and toes (you can also get to your knees in you’re not in shape)
  • Place your hands wider than shoulder-width apart, but let them be in line with the shoulders either way
  • Press down and try to go as low as you can by bending your elbows
  • Push back to the starting position
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 15 repetitions.

Break: Take a 15-second break after each set.

2. Wall Push-Ups

You can do this exercise wherever you are and whenever you want – at home or in the office – and you don’t need special sports equipment. Wall push-ups are an excellent way of burning calories and muscle building, and they don’t require a lot of effort.

How to do it?

  • Starting position: Stay 2-3 feet from the wall and place your palms on it shoulder-width apart
  • Bend your elbows and get closer to the wall; inhale
  • Exhale; go back to the starting position and make sure your abs are tight and glutes squeezed
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Break: Take a 10-second break after each set.

3. Isometric Chest Exercise

When you say “isometric,” that means that you don’t need any equipment for performing the exercise. All you need to use is the strength of your body to work the muscles without any visible body movement. Eye! It’s not as easy as it looks like!
How to do it?

  • Stand straight with the feet-shoulder apart, make sure your spine is erect and shoulders relaxed
  • Place your hands in front of the chest and press both of them against each other
  • Hold the pose for 10 seconds
  • Release and switch hands
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 2 sets of 10 repetitions.

Break: Take a 10-second break after each set.

4. Travelling Plank

Plank is another isometric exercise that helps to build the pectoral muscles, and it includes maintaining a position similar to push-ups for the maximum possible time. Travelling plank, though, adds a dynamic movement which makes it even more effective. It’s also excellent for abdominals, back, and shoulders.
How to do it:

  • Go to the regular plank position with the head and neck neutral, and place your hands under your shoulders
  • Lift your right hand and right foot off the ground and put a foot to the right – that would be 1 step
  • Make a 1-second pause and lift the left hand and foot and go to the right. Complete 10 steps to the right and then switch sides.
  • Go back to the starting position and now step with the left foot and hand – do another 10 steps to the left
Sets and repetitions: Repeat 10 steps for each side in 3 sets.

Break: Take a 15-second break after each set.

5. Hands Plank Step-Ins

This plank “version” is a breast workout that isolates the muscles that support your breasts, and, in that way, it provides a better effect.
How to do it:

  • Stand in the regular plank position with the shoulders stacked over your wrists
  • First, step your right foot towards your right hand and then step the left foot towards your left hand
  • Once you’ve done that, step the right foot back, and then do the same with the left one
  • Repeat the process
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Break: Take a 15-second break after each set.

6. Hands Plank Reaches

By performing this exercise, you burn the additional fat, and you strengthen the whole upper part of your body. So, better boobs and better shape in one exercise!
How to do it:

  • Start with the standard plank position with the shoulders stacked over your wrists
  • Lift your right hand and extend it straight in front of you as if you are trying to reach something
  • Put the right hand back, lift the left one and extend it the way you did with the right one
  • Return to the starting position and repeat the process
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Break: Take a 15-second break after each set.

7. Cobra Pose

And here comes something for the yoga lovers. Cobra position is optimal for the light morning warm up – it will wake you up, and it’ll have a significant influence on your body and breasts since it activates all the chest muscles.
How to do it:

  • Lay on your stomach with your legs extended; make sure the tops of your legs are resting on the floor
  • Place your hands under your shoulders with the elbows tucked in
  • Start lifting your head and chest off the ground while drawing your shoulders back – try to straighten your arms as much as you can
  • Hold the pose for 30 seconds
Sets and repetitions: It’s recommended to repeat the 30-seconds pose 3 times.

Break: Take a 5-seconds break after you finish the pose.

8. Overhead Shoulder Press

Even though this exercise is primarily dedicated to the shoulders, it’s also pretty convenient for the pectorals. You’ll need a 4lbs dumbbells for each hand, or, if you don’t own them, you can use 50 oz water bottles instead. Grab your weights and let’s go!
How to do it:

  • Stand with your feet wider than shoulder-width apart
  • Bring your arms up so that the upper arms are parallel to the ground
  • Press your hands up in the arc and try to make the weights closer to each other as you press them above your head
  • Put your arms back to the starting position
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

Break: Take a 10-second break after each set.

9. Bent Arm Chest Openers

Although this exercise is one of the best breast lift exercises, it’s also useful for hamstrings, tights, and butt. So, ladies, grab the weights and get prepared for the summer!
How to do it:

  • Put the weights in both hands and make a wide stance with your toes
  • Bend your knees and elbows about 90 degrees and bring the weights out to your sides with palms facing forward
  • Engage your chest muscles to squeeze the arms together in front of the body
  • Release with control and finish the first repetition – bear in mind staying low all the time to tap into your butt and tights
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Break: Take a 15-second break after each set.

10. Standing Reverse Fly

The first thing that you need to “repair” is rounded shoulders. If they remain like this, no matter how many chest exercises you do, the sagginess won’t disappear. This exercise helps strengthen the muscles that pull your shoulders back, and it improves your posture. Ready to start?
How to do it?

  • Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold the weights by your sides
  • Put your hips back and lean forward until your torso is almost parallel with the ground; allow the weights to hang at arms’ length and let your palms face each other – that would be the starting position
  • Raise your arms out to your sides until they’re in line with your body
  • Return to the starting position and repeat.
Sets and repetitions: Do this exercise in 3 sets of 8 repetitions.

Break: Take a 10-second break after each set.

If you’re wondering what’s the effect of breast lift exercises before and after, check out this video.

Final Thoughts

The first thing you should have in mind when you want to make some changes in your body is health. Many women expect to see the results overnight, and that’s why they tend to take the artificial products as pills or cosmetics can seriously harm health. All the processes in the body require time, and you need to be patient and persistent.

Breast exercises presented in this article can help you lift the sagging boobs, but they can’t make them bigger. Yet, if you combine them with estrogen-rich food and proteins, you can spot a slight size difference as well. Also, the number of sets and reps mentioned above is a default, and if you can’t do that much, don’t force yourself – do as much as you can.

The adequate sports bra is another thing that you need when it comes to comfort and high-quality exercise. It’s essential since it stabilizes the bust, prevents it from bouncing and makes sure you don’t hurt yourself.