home remedies for bigger hips and buttocks

boob exercisesJOHN FRANCIS

There are a lot of things strength training can do for your bod: Build your butt, help you flex those biceps, and (of course) crank out a really sweaty, satisfying workout really quickly.

And while we’re all here because boobs, I should tell you that strong chest muscles are not going to transform your As to Cs…or even Bs. That said, you may see a little difference after building up those pecs consistently. And, since exercise is generally a good thing for reasons that have nothing to do with how your bra fits, why not give it a shot?

Wow, so glad I got that off of my…chest (OMG, my apologies).

These exercises work together to work your chest muscles from all sorts of angles. To get the best results, do each move back to back, performing two to three sets of 12 reps, says Elizabeth Bracero, certified personal trainer.

Crank out this routine three to four times a week for (as they say) best results. Get after it, frand.This content is imported from {embed-name}. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.https://riddler.hearstgames.com/dist/polls.iframe.html?adsfree=false&id=edd43c57-ba38-4dd1-aed3-04528e763bb3_f7e21b6e6fc35&type=text&question=How%20often%20do%20you%20lift%20weights%3F&answer1=You%20know%2C%20like%20never.&answer2=Mmm%2C%20at%20least%20twice%20a%20week%3F&brand=Cosmopolitan&siteId=81bbdae2-81fb-4d95-b643-a0679795a2a4&adCategory=wellness&section=Health%20%26%20Fitness&subSection=&editor=Elizabeth%20Narins&authors=Elizabeth%20Narins&site=Cosmopolitan&stylesheet=https%3A%2F%2Fassets.hearstapps.com%2Fsites%2Fcosmopolitan%2Fassets%2Fcss%2Fpolls.85604f1.css&marketingpolls=true

The Moves

1. Around the World


Step 1: Standing with your feet hip-distance apart, hold the dumbbells at your sides with your palms facing forward. Keep your elbows slightly bent, open your arms out to the sides, and raise them up over your head.

Step 2: Reverse the motion to bring the dumbbells back to starting position. That’s one rep.Related StoryThis 15-Minute Arm Workout Is All You Need RN

2. Plank Walk


Step 1: Start with your palms on the floor underneath your shoulders and your toes planted into the ground, shoulder-width apart. Your body should form a straight line from the top of your head to your heels.

Step 2: Lift your right hand and left foot and move them both about a foot to the right. Do the same with your right foot and left hand. Take two full steps in each direction to complete one rep.

3. Butterfly


Step 1: With one dumbbell in each hand, lie on the floor or sit with a Swiss ball directly behind your lower back and lean backward. Bend both knees, placing the soles of your feet on the floor.

Step 2: With a slight bend in your elbows, open your arms out to the sides with your palms facing upward. Then lift the weights up toward your chest to bring them together. Reverse the movement to return to the starting position. That’s one rep.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW

4. Chair Dip


Step 1: Sit on a chair with your palms on the edge of the seat and your fingers pointing toward your feet. Walk your feet forward until your butt clears the front edge of the seat.

Step 2: Keeping your shoulders away from your ears, bend your elbows 90 degrees to lower your butt toward the floor. Press into your palms to return to the starting position. That’s one rep.Related Story9 Butt Exercises to Transform Your Glutes

5. Plank Reach


Step 1: Start in a high plank position, placing your palms on either side of your chest just outside your shoulders. Your body should form a straight line from the top of your head to your heels.

Step 2: Lift your right hand and reach it straight out in front of you. Place it back on the floor and do the same with your left hand. That’s one rep.

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