A French TV star and the author of the bestseller Self-lifting-Camille Volaire created a series of beautiful breast exercises which has become popular throughout the world. You won’t need any special equipment to do the exercises so right after reading this post, you can start these physical workouts.
10. ‘Catcher of stars’ exercise
This is a limbering up exercise, it helps to correct your posture and strengthen your back.
- Stand upright, bend your head backwards.
- Alternately stretch your arms, making a fist with every ‘grab’ of a star.
9. ‘Elephant’ exercise
‘Elephant’ helps to strengthen the back and spine, and to relax the muscles of the throat.
- Spread your legs shoulder-width apart and bend your torso forward. Control the position of your back – it should be parallel to the floor.
- Relax your arms and put them down, then start swinging them to the left and to the right, at the same time walking backwards. Your head should mimic your arms’ movements.
8. ‘Cobra’ exercise
‘Cobra’ fortifies the upper body. Performing this exercise may seem difficult for an untrained person but with time it will become easier.
- Lie down on tummy.
- Place hands behind the back.
- Lift your head and upper body from the floor.
- When raising your head try to hold your elbows to the sides. She would hold her legs together.
7. ‘Tennis ball’ exercise
This exercise is considered one of this set’s most essential components and helps strengthen the muscles of the breasts.
- Stand up straight, hip-width apart from your legs.
- Take a tennis ball and place it at chest level between your palms.
- Move your shoulders, grab the tennis ball, then relax, keep your elbows straight to the sides.
6. ‘Book’ exercise
This exercise is intended to relax the breasts and strengthen muscles in the back.
- Stand upright, spread your arms and hold your palms upwards.
- Place a thick book on each palm (or dumbbells can be used).
- Stretch your weapons to the sides and bring them in front of you.
5. ‘Scissors’ exercise
‘Scissors‘ helps stretch muscles in the chest and precise posture.
- Rest straight, your shoulders relax.
- Spread your arms horizontally, with your palms flat.
- Take them to the front, and overlap. Alternate arms which overlap with each rep.
4. ‘Albatross’ exercise
This workout is designed to strengthen the chest muscles, big and small.
- Keep your body straight, and hip-width your legs apart.
- Stretch your arms parallel to the floor and keep the palms up.
- Shift as much as possible your hands backwards, and then back to the original location.
3. ‘Pillow’ exercise
The ‘Pillow’ trains your big and small chest muscles, as in the previous exercise.
- Sit up straight and keep your legs together.
- Take a pillow; move one another’s arms, force out the pillow and then relax.
2. ‘Cradle’ exercise
‘Cradle’ helps reinforce muscles in favour of the breasts.
- Stand straight in front of your eyes, keeping your arms crossed and your hands on your elbows.
- Try to raise your arms in that spot, by pressing your elbows with your palms to generate tension.
1. ‘Under chin’ exercise
This movement strengthens muscles in the chest and back.
- Bend arms in front of you, holding elbows at shoulder level.
- Place one palm over the other, making an ‘under lip.’
- Push down your hands with your chin and at the same time stop as hard as you can with your hands.
Frequency of exercises
In the first 10 days, you will perform each exercise twenty times a day, after which you will reduce the reps to 10 times a day. After you have achieved the target result (you can see the first positive results after 20 days according to Camille Volaire), you can perform 10 reps of these exercises 3 days per week.
We hope this series of exercises will become outstanding assistance in holding the female breasts strong and healthy, which doesn’t take more than 15 minutes a day.
Do you hear about any other practical exercises? Please let us know about them in the comments!