Maintaining a Toned Chest
The form and condition of the breasts concerns every woman. This is especially true after the birth of a child or after fast weight lost.
It is well known that the size of the lactic glands depends on the volume of lactic cells. That’s why, when a woman looses weight, breasts change their form. For some reason many woman see the solution to the problem in plastic surgery.
Despite the fact that the plastic surgery is a radical measure, most of the women who undergo it think that surgery is the fast way and that other variants will take a lot of effort and time.
Different medicines are another fast way to solve the problem. Various pills and chemical substances are widely advertised on TV and in magazines. It is interesting that many women are aware of the negative consequences of their use, but continue to buy them anyway. A healthy diet combined with physical activity is the safest method. Despite the fact that physical activities cannot change the form of lactic glands, they can considerably strengthen the chest muscles and give more support to the breasts. Exercise can also keep the breasts toned. It should also be noted that if you strengthen your back muscles and straighten your shoulders, results in the breasts will be guaranteed.
Exercise aimed at the development of breast muscles
Assume the initial position on the ball and floor. Your hands should form one line with the shoulder joints – the width is individual for each person and depends on the sensitivity of the strained chest muscles, but the hands should be placed broader than shoulders. The chin doesn’t touch the chest (Photo 1).
While inhaling, go down until you form a straight angle in your elbows (Photo 2).
Then, while exhaling, push yourself up to the initial position while keeping your pelvis, legs, and spine in one line.
Try to keep a strain in the loins and keep the elbows “switched on” in the initial position. They should point directly out to the sides. Do the exercise in 2-3 sets of 10-15 repetitions each, and then rest for 1-2 minutes. While resting, stretch your chest muscles. Sit down on the ball and raise your arms with a slight bend in the elbow. Turn your thumbs backwards and move your elbows further back -- try to feel the stretching in the upper part of your chest (Photo 3).
If you cannot do the exercise 10 times, then you are not quite ready for such training. Try simpler variants like push-ups from the table, or push-ups from the floor while resting on your knees.
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