4 Exercises to Lift Your Boobs INCLINE DUMBBELL BENCH PRESS Sit on an adjustable bench set to a low incline (about 15 to 30 degrees) and place your feet flat on the floor. Grasp two dumbbells and hold them up above your shoulders, arms straight (A). Slowly lower the weights down to the sides of your chest (B). Pause, then press the dumbbells back up toward the ceiling. Do 10 reps, then go to move 4 without rest. DUMBBELL FLY Lie faceup on a flat bench with your feet flat on the floor…
Position shoulders and upper back on a flat bench and hold barbell across hips just below the bone. Place feet flat on floor hip-width apart and lower your glutes until they almost touch the floor. Press your hips straight up, pausing at the top before slowly lowering to the start and repeating right away. Tip: Drive through your heels to make this glute-intensive. You can also change the position of your feet — closer, farther, toes straight, toes out — to change the emphasis on the glutes.
Reverse Curl. Instead of holding the barbell with an underhand grip, use an overhand grip. Keep your elbows close to your side and pull the barbells up to your chest and then slowly down. Do this in 3 sets of seven to eleven repetitions. This technique effectively builds up your biceps and your forearms.
Follow the poster’s illustrations and descriptions for variations on crunches, lunges, squats and calf raises. Round out your routine with the bench press, deadlift, flyes, standing hip flexor, lying pullover, bent-over row, the bridge with dumbbell and the pointing dog. Dumbbells are the ultimate tool to develop your core strength and coordination.