The 15 Best Breast Lifting Exercises for Women [Illustrated]: 30 Days to Bigger, Firmer, Perkier Boobs (Fitness Model Physique Series)

Pinned on August 14, 2013 at 1:36 am by Michael Galloway

The 15 Best Breast Lifting Exercises for Women [Illustrated]: 30 Days to Bigger, Firmer, Perkier Boobs (Fitness Model Physique Series)

Get a Workout for Perkier, Firmer Breasts

Ladies, men are not the only ones who should worry about keeping their pecs in shape. Only in your case, you have much more to lose from not doing so. If you want breasts that stand a little taller and are firmer to boot, you definitely need to be concerned about your pectoral muscles. Keeping these muscles in shape is the only prevention you can take to avoid having your girls being doomed to the cruel game that gravity will play over time.

In Rachel Howe’s new best friend to your breasts, she not only tells you there is hope for all that womanhood has done to your chest, but she also gives you very detailed exercises that will bring a little spark back. She has put together an extraordinary book that has the answers so many of you have been searching for.

How Does Working out Help My Breasts?

You may be asking yourself how any workout guide could possibly help what is clearly fatty tissue. Well, Howe’s book will do this for you in 3 easy steps.

If You Feel Your Breasts Need a Little Extra Attention, Then Look No Further.

The 15 Best Breast Lifting Exercises for Women creates a real workout that will leave you amazed at the results. Many women feel that when they reach a certain age it is just natural to accept their breasts as is unless they want to have plastic surgery. However, that is just not the case. With a good exercise routine, you will never have to sacrifice your breasts to gravity.

Breasts will always be tissue, but when you add Howe’s combination of. . .

to your workout routine, the muscles that surround and lie under the breasts will conform and shape them into something that is probably more appeasing to you. The fatty tissue will have no choice but to oblige the rest of the body. So if you are a woman who has lost all hope for her breasts and has no intention of going under the knife, this book has the answers you have been searching for.

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Victoria Abdon "Shape my Body" says:

Change Your Body, Change Your Life It sounds like a radical statement and believe me, I don’t say it lightly. I’d hidden my body under polo necks for so long, I’d forgotten I ever had a cleavage. I watched younger women around me in the supermarket with a kind of awe. I knew I had looked like that once but it seemed like such a distant memory, there’s no way I could ever imagine that I could look like that again. I mean seriously, I can’t emphasise this enough, I’d literally lived in polo necks and push up bras for about eight years. I started slow with this book. For a month I just did the wall and knee press ups. As I started to feel stronger, I moved on to the harder exercises, the chest press and the push-ups. Within two months I had moved onto the combo exercises. Now I spend a half hour every morning. I’ve changed my wardrobe, changed my attitude, changed how I deal with my kids, everything has changed and all because I decided to do a little exercise.

Rosa Zimmel says:

Push-Up and Go Around the World When I first looked at this book, I thought, `those exercises can’t work, they look too easy.’ I thought for exercise to be effective you had to spend hours in a gym sweating like a builder. This book showed me that it’s a gradual build up of muscle strength that really makes the difference and while the exercises look easy, if you’re doing the properly, they burn just as much. I started doing the push-ups because I thought they’d be easy. Actually it took me a month to build up to do thirty. Then I got weights and started to do the chest press. After that I got one of those gym balls and started doing press ups that way. Finally I moved on to around the world arm exercises, which involves using the gym ball and the weights. Whoa, that was really tough at first, much harder than it looks but man, what a difference. These exercises may be simple but there’s nothing simple about the results. They’re amazing.

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