March 20th, 2013
How to Get the Breasts You’ve Used to Have: Naturally
We know that aging is a natural process – and that we should all live out loud and embrace the human being we find standing in front us in our full length dressing mirror each morning.
Though does not mean that we shouldn’t work on our physical selves; being proud of our bodies leads to a healthy level of self-esteem and a charming self confidence.
If your breasts have lost some of their perkiness over time, you can take some sensible steps that will bring pleasing physical changes.
Cool, clear water is a natural elixir. Hydrotherapy is the use of water to help us maintain, renew or improve our mental and physical health.
Specifically, hydrotherapy can increase the blood circulation to the surface of the skin – by as much as 95%. Increasing circulation triggers an increase in collagen and elastin levels, which brings firmness to the skin of the breasts. How can you use water to raise your collagen and elastin levels? Simply take a shower and switch back and forth between hot and cold water. It really is that easy.
A tried-and-true application is to allow warm water to flow over your breasts for approximately 30 seconds before changing to cold water. The idea is that you repeat this process for several minutes. Ending your in-shower hydrotherapy with the cold water part of the cycle is recommended.
Your breasts are not of muscles made, though your chest is. Developing an exercise program that focuses on developing your strong chest muscles is an effective way of improving the physical appearance of your breasts, as they are lifted up as your chest muscles expand. Here are some recommended exercises.
The push-up has helped humans achieve physical health over several decades. How do you do a proper push-up? Find a comfortable spot where you can lie down – if you have a yoga mat, unroll it. The most important part of doing a push-up is getting into correct beginning position.
- Simply lie face down on your mat, keeping your feet together.
- Place your palms flat on the floor, using the width of your shoulders as a guide.
- Slowly raise your body up, supporting it with your hands and the top part of your feet.
- Keeping your face looking forward, lower your body slowly until your elbows are close to a 90 degree angle.
- Push up your body again, pressing down on your mat.
- As with any exercise, if you experience any pain, slowly stop what you are doing.
The chest press
The chest press involves using dumbbells. If you are unused to using weights, speak with an informed friend or a trainer before you begin. You should ensure that you are using a dumbbell that is not too heavy for you. Proceed slowly, and with caution.
- You should use a work out bench for this exercise.
- Take a dumbbell in each hand and lie on your bench.
- Push the dumbbells up so that they are directly over your shoulders, with your palms facing up.
- Push your chin down while contracting your abdominal muscles.
- Lower the dumbbells slowly; the goal is to bring them to the level where your elbows are just below your shoulders.
- Bring your shoulder blades together.
- Keeping your shoulder blades on the bench, slowly lift the dumbbells back up.
The incline chest press
The incline chest press must be done on an inclined work bench. Here is the process:
- Pick up a dumbbell in each hand.
- Sit on the inclined bench.
- Place the dumbbells on your thighs.
- Move the dumbbells up to your shoulders and lean your body back.
- Move the dumbbells so that you are holding them at the sides of your chest.
- Press the dumbbells out to your sides until your arms are extended.
- Lower the dumbbells to the sides of your upper chest. You will feel your chest muscles working as you do this.
- Repeat. Proceed with care, you should not experience any significant discomfort during this election.
The Chest Fly
Back to the bench for this one:
- Lie down comfortably on the bench so that your legs are hanging off the end of it.
- Place your feet flat on the floor, and bend your knees.
- Bend your elbows and place the dumbbells close to your chest.
- Keeping your back straight, focus on the ceiling.
- Breathe in and push your elbows fully out to your sides – as you hold the dumbbells.
- Breathe out and bring the dumbbells in so that they are together over your chest.
- Bring the dumbbells back to the starting position.
You should develop a weekly workout schedule that includes all three of the above exercises; start small and proceed with care. You’ll feel those chest muscles begin to tighten in a matter of weeks. And you’ll see the sexier, firmer breasts that you’d hoped for in that dressing mirror.