5 best exercise moves for perky boobs

No matter the size of your breasts, try these five effective boob-lifting exercises to keep your lady pair in their high and rightful places.

We don’t care what the opposite sex say, beautiful breasts are not just about the sizes. From the smaller-chested maidens to the considerably-sized damsels, saggy breasts are potential hazards that can happen to any woman. The trick is to tone and build up the pectoral (chest) muscles that lie under your breast tissue for a lifting and firming effect.

Contrary to popular belief, working your chest muscles will not downsize your bosoms. Moderate exercises will in fact help to significantly firm up your boobs for a visibly fuller look.

So drop the push-up bras and firm up your boobs the natural way with these five chest exercises. Bonus: these exercises will also work to improve your posture, which help with support and give an illusion of an even more lifted look.

Dumbbell chest press

Similar to the bench press, the dumbbell chest press targets your chest muscles, shoulders and triceps. (Picture reposted from Womenshealthmag.com)
  1. Lie on the bench with a dumbbell in each hand. Alternately, you can lie on the floor with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
  2. With palms facing upwards and elbows slightly below your shoulders, push the dumbbells all the way up so that your arms are directly over your shoulders.
  3. Lower the dumbbells back to original position. Make sure your shoulder blades are always flat on the bench.

Side plank with chest fly

This move works your upper body and the back of the shoulders to strengthen overall support. (Picture reposted from Shape.com)
  1. Assume a side forearm plank position, with one elbow resting directly under shoulder and one foot stacked on top of the other. Make sure your abs are tight and your body forms a straight line.
  2. Raise a dumbbell on the free hand upwards.
  3. To begin, lower and extend arm in front of you. Keep in mind that your elbow is relaxed and slightly bent.
  4. Return to original position. Switch sides when ready.


A classic workout that cannot be missed — push-ups work your arms, chest and core. (Picture reposted from Health.com)
  1. Start at a standard plank position, with hands flat on the ground at shoulder-width apart. Your palms should be angled slightly inwards. Your body should form a straight line, without your belly dipping down or your butt perking up.
  2. Lower your body and keep your abs engaged while staying parallel to the ground.
  3. Push yourself back to original position.

Reverse chest fly

The reverse chest fly aims to build muscle strength on the upper back and shoulders. (Picture reposted from Oxygenmag.com)
  1. Holding your dumbbells, bend forward keeping your torso straight and your knees at a relaxed athletic position.
  2. With your elbows slightly bent, lift the dumbbells backwards to not higher than shoulder level. Make sure you’re engaging your abs and lifting from the waist.
  3. Lower the dumbbells to original position.

Chest dips

Chest dip is not only a great workout for the triceps, it trains the chest muscles as well. (Picture reposted from Fitwirr.com)
  1. Start by propping yourself up on the bar with your arms straight and your knees bent with your chest leaning forward. Leaning your chest forward will engage the chest muscles more.
  2. Slowly bend your elbows and lower your body, then stop when your shoulders and elbows are level.
  3. Slowly raise yourself back up to original position.

Try these boob-lifting exercises and tell us what you think by commenting below.