(3) Wide Push Ups To Strengthen Pectoralis Muscles
It is one of the most traditional & women-friendly exercises to increase breast size without surgery. Push-ups can help you to strengthen not only triceps but also pectoralis muscles that are located below breasts.
These chest muscles are responsible for larger & fuller breast. Beginners should start performing just 2 sets of 5 push-ups in a single day.
As you gain strength, you should start performing 2 or 3 sets of 10 push-ups in a single day. Here is the step-by-step process or instructions for wide push-ups:
(a) Start in a plank position with your arms & legs straight. You should keep both of your hands on the floor slightly wider than your shoulder-width & your feet together.
Since you want to strengthen pectoralis muscles of chest, you should keep your hands as wide as possible. It will help you to get less involvement of shoulders & triceps & more of a chest workout.
(b) Take a breath in, & as you exhale, lower down yourself towards the ground by bending your elbow. In this step, you should lower your torso a few inches from floor (or as low as possible without collapsing). It means you shouldn’t allow your stomach to touch the floor.
(c) Stop as soon as your shoulders are in line with your elbows. Inhale to straighten the arms. This counts a one rep.
If you find these steps as too difficult then do this exercise with your knees & lower legs on the floor. But, you should maintain the straight line of your torso.
(d) Slowly push your body upwards into plank position i.e. starting position by pushing against the ground until your arms are straight again. You should exhale while pushing your body away from the floor.
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