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Breast Firming Exercises.

Gravity may get the best of you but a few simple exercises done every other day can keep your
pectoral muscles firm and toned and your breasts above your belly button. While exercise do not
increase the size of your breasts, the use of weights can strengthen the underlying muscles.

Pec Press: Using three- to five-pound weights, lie on your back, with knees bent. With your arms
outstretched to each side, slowly bring your arms together, hold for one second and then slowly
lower your arms again. Work your way up to three sets of 10 - 12 reps every other day.

Butterfly Press: Using two three to five-pound weights, sit on the edge of a chair with your back
straight and arms at your sides. Slowly raise your arms to the side to shoulder level. Hold this
position for a count of four, and then slowly return to starting position. Work your way up to three
sets of five to seven reps every other day.

Pectoral Push-Ups: Lie face down on the floor and raise up, as if doing conventional push-ups,
but keep your forearms and elbows on the floor. Hold for thirty seconds. Repeat five times.
Inverted Push Ups: Stand with your legs two to three feet from a wall and your palms on the wall.
Slowly lower your chest to the wall by bending your elbows and then slowly push your body back
to starting position. Repeat 10-12 times.


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