Easy Breast-Lifting Exercises

As people get older, gravity takes it toll on almost everyone. This means certain areas of your body start to sag. Regular exercise can help keep area from sagging, though–including your breasts. Most women would love to have the bodies they had when they were younger. Muscle condition is the key component to having firm, sexy breasts. A few simple exercises a day can help firm and lift your breasts.


Push-ups are the best but most underrated exercise among women. They can be done in the privacy of your home or job and will be the quickest way to lifting your breasts to the desired position. Different variations of push-ups help add variety to a workout. Lie on your stomach, and place your hands flat on the ground, shoulder-width apart flat. Keeping your back straight, push yourself up as far as you can without locking your arms. Lower yourself almost to the ground, and repeat this process as many times as you can. Many women do not perform push-ups correctly. If you cannot, do a modified push-up by placing your knees on the ground and lowering yourself until your nose touches the ground, then push yourself back up. There are other variations, too.

Dumbell Flies

This is an excellent exercise to build muscle and lift the breasts. Flies focus on the upper breasts, which helps raise the breasts. Lie face-up on a bench or exercise ball. Hold a 5- to 15-pound weight in each hand, and begin by holding the weights straight up, with your arms locked. Slowly lower the weights to each side until your arms are parallel to the floor and your body is in the shape of a “T.”

Dumbbell Bench Press

The bench press is the exercise that separates the weak from the strong. When used in a toning fashion, such as lifting your breasts, it’s focus changes. use two dumbbells of equal weight, preferably 5 or 10 pounds. Lie face-up on a bench or exercise ball, and push the dumbbells straight up in the air. Lower the weights as if you were performing the bench press with a bar. The weights should end just above your chest before you push them back up. Continue this exercise for 10 to 15 repetitions to help firm up your breasts in a matter of weeks.