Breast Uplift – The Secret of Increased Bust Size That No One is Talking About
Article by Simon Lovell
Copyright (c) 2008 SCL Health & FitnessAs a personal trainer, I am often asked the question by women: “is there any way I can increase my bust size in the gym or at home – I want breast enhancement” The simple answer is yes but first it’s important to explain a little bit about your breast make-up so you can understand how exercise will work to provide you with more confidence.
Your breasts are made up of both glandular tissue and fat. As you develop in age, fat becomes a more prominent part of its makeup, especially after the birth of a first child which then the infamous downward movement starts to occur. Because the breast is made up of fat, losing weight will often have an affect on breast size, what a vicious cycle!
So what’s the solution if you’re not looking for implants and want to keep things more natural. Did you know that training in the gym can assist to increase your busy size and increase your confidence levels.
Exercising with weights is the answer when performed correctly. While building up muscle in the upper body area (pectorals) will not increase breast size, developing these muscles will bring out the appearance of a bigger bust.
Of course, a lot of women steer well clear of weights, expecting to get ‘huge muscles’ but due to testosterone levels, generally women will not generate the kind of muscle like most men, however it is very important for body-shaping that women avoind working with cardio machines all th time.
You should always work with weights that after 10-12 repetitions your muscles are become exausted. Perform three to four sets of the following exercises.
Bench Press, Press Up, Incline Dumbbell Press, Dumbbell Flies, Incline Dumbbell Flies
By working on an incline, this works the upper part of the chest which will provide bust enhancement.
It’s also worth noting that while developing the chest muscles will prove beneficial it’s also important to work the muscles in the back to ensure correct posture and symmetry. Again, three to four sets of 10-12 repetitions.
Bent Over Row, Seated Row, Dead-Lift
So, head down to the gym or buy a set of dumbbells and a barbell and you’re ready to get going. Not only will you be able to shape the top part of your chest but you’ll also be able to develop tone in other areas of your body – women training with weight is a must!
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Main Muscle Worked: Middle Back Other Muscles Worked: Biceps, Lower Back, Lats Equipment: Cable Mechanics Type: Compound Tips: Sit down at a low-pulley rowing machine with your feet flat against the footrests and your knees slightly bent. Bending only at the waist, lean forward and grasp the pulley handle in front of you. Your palms should be facing each other. Keep your back FLAT and looking forward, slowly draw the handles back to your stomach while simutaneously leaning back at the waist until your torso is prependicular to the floor. The handles should reach your stomach just as your upper body reaches the upright position. Slowly return to the starting position by leaning forward from the waist while extending your arms in front of you. TO ISOLATE YOUR LATS ONLY do not bend forward at all, just keep your back straight up and down and move only your arms and squeeze your back.
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Gaining Size and Strength Using Basic Exercises
Article by GW Salter
It is now early summer and many young men have joined gyms trying to get big and muscular for the beach season. As someone who has spent many years in gyms and health clubs I have seen this year in and year out. Guys join a gym and want to lose weight and build muscle, all in a matter of a month or two. However, most of them are beginners and no idea how to correctly build size and strength or how long it takes.
They see a gym filled with machines, cables, dumbbells, barbells, flat benches, incline benches, decline benches, squat racks, power racks, and maybe a Smith Machine. So much stuff that they don’t know where to start. They may ask for help or advice or maybe someone who works at the gym will help them out. Sometimes they will take advice or sometimes they will try and imitate what they have read in the latest bodybuilding magazine. Instead of beginning with a routine of basic, essential exercises to build a foundation that will make them bigger and stronger they use a routine consisting of cable crossovers, concentration curls, lateral raises, etc. These supplemental exercises, while maybe beneficial to the advanced bodybuilder, will do nothing to increase strength or build size in the beginner.
Muscles grow bigger and stronger when they are forced to do difficult tasks such as doing 10 reps this week when you were only able to do 8 last week. Using light weights to get a “pump” is only a temporary condition that makes you look big, getting pumped has nothing to do with getting stronger.
The only way muscles will get bigger and stronger is when you force them to grow by working them hard on basic movements, you do not need a lot of sets and reps. You need to work extremely hard during your workout but this does not mean working out longer, doing more exercises with lots of reps. All it means is that you do 1 or 2 good, hard sets of basic movements using the most weight you are capable of handling.
What are the basic exercises that you should be using? Here are 8 exercises, that performed 3 times a week, will help the beginner weight trainer gain size and strength. These exercise are: parallel squat, dead lift, bench press, bent-over row, military press, barbell curl, close-grip bench press, bent-legged sit-up. The beginner should start with 1 set of 12 reps on the squat and dead lift, 1 set of 6 reps on the bench press, bent row, military press, curl, and close-grip bench, and 20 reps on the sit-up. For the first 2 weeks add 1 rep to each exercise on each day trained. During the third week add 10 pounds to your squat and dead lift and 5 pounds to your upper body exercises. At the same time lower your reps to where they were when you started. You then begin the cycle all over again, progressively adding weight and reps. You then ensure that your muscles are being adequately stressed. When you have reached the point where you have added 50 pounds to your squat and dead lift you can switch to a twice a week program where for example you will do squats, bench presses, bent rows, and crunches on Tuesday and dead lifts, military presses, curls, close-grip bench presses, and sit-ups on Friday.
The parallel squat and dead lift also provide indirect effect for your entire body. The squat not only works your legs but you arms, shoulders, chest, back, heart and lungs are also being worked. The same with the dead lift, not only is your lower back and legs being worked, but also your upper back, arms, and again, heart and lungs. The bench press will work not only your chest but shoulders and arms as well. Any routine that you use, whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, should always incorporate these three exercises.
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