The Better Bust Workout

It’s the breast workout around. Ok, first and only boob pun. Promise. This workout will help tone the muscle beneath the fun jiggly parts to give your girls a bit of a lift. Of course, you can’t spot train, fitness goals should be about improving overall health, which is the best way to combat a problem area, but it’s undeniable that there are specific exercises that target certain areas of the body – in simple terms, you wouldn’t do tricep dips to get better calves. So give your fun-bags some love: 20 tricep extensions 20 push-ups 5 chest openers 20 flys 20 chest presses 10 renegade rows, each side I suggest doing three sets a day for 5 days – your girls will thank you. Here’s what you need to know: Tricep extension: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, and with a plate or free-weight grasped in both hands behind your head. Slowly lift the weight over your head until both arms are extended, then return to start. tricep extension Push-up: (and no, not the kind with padding, although those will certainly give your ta’s a lift too) Get into a plank position, feet hip-width apart, shoulders directly above wrists and lower down keeping your core flexed. plank or push-up Chest opener: This one is more of a good stretch, think of this as a resting posture. Stand or kneel, and clasp your hands behind your head. Gently roll your shoulders down and back, opening up your chest. Hold for a count of 5, then relax. chest-opener   Flys: Lie flat on your back on a bench or exercise ball with feet flat on the ground, a weight in each hand. Start with elbows bent, your arms at a 90-degree angle. Lower your arms to the ground until they make a T-position, then left them straight up in an arc, meeting over the centre of your chest. Return to start position. Chest press: If you have a bar, you could also just do a bench press, these are very similar. Lie flat on your back on a bench or exercise ball with feet flat on the ground, a weight in each hand. Start with arms directly over shoulders, then slowly lower down until your arms form a 90-degree angle. Push the weights back up to start position. chest press Renegade row: Using free weights or kettle bells, get into a plank position, weights directly below shoulders. Keeping the elbow close to the body bring the weight close to your chest, then slowly lower back down. Repeat on other side. Renegade row

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