The breasts are mainly composed of fat and glands, and without cosmetic surgery it is impossible to make them considerably larger. However, under your breasts there is a layer of muscles called pectorals, which can get bigger with exercise, giving your bust a bigger and firmer appearance. Making your breasts bigger and firmer takes longer than cosmetic surgery, but it is a cheaper and safer alternative.
To perform push-ups, which will increase your pectorals, get on all fours on the floor or on an exercise mat. Place your hands at an opening wider than your shoulders. Fold your toes down and lift your knees off the floor. Lower your hips so that they are aligned with your heels towards your shoulders and that your profile body looks like a plank. Contract the muscles in your arms, chest, abdomen and legs and slowly begin to bend your elbows outward, lowering your body in one piece to the floor. Stop when your chest is about an inch (2, 5 cm) from the floor, and return to the starting position. Repeat as many times as you can without losing the proper form.
If this is too hard for you, keep your knees on the floor. Just make sure you do not bend at the hips; keep your hips in line with the knees and shoulders.
You will need two dumbbells and a weight bench for this exercise. Lie on your back with your head being supported by the bench. Hold a dumbbell in each hand, and lift them on your chest, with your arms slightly bent. Contract the muscles in your chest and slowly begin to move your arms separating them until they are parallel to the floor. Keeping the muscles of your chest contracted, return to join your arms on your chest without bending your elbows and without arching your back. Repeat 12 to 15 times.
You need a weight bench or another bench of similar height for this exercise. Stand with your back towards the weight bench and about a foot (30, 4 cm) in front of it. Squat and place the heels of your palms on the edge of the bench, and curl your fingers around the edge, getting a good grip. Remove your feet until they are directly below your knees. Your arms must be straight. Begin to bend your elbows, lowering your buttocks to the floor. When your buttocks are about an inch (2, 5 cm) from the floor, go back up straightening your arms. Repeat 12 to 15 times.
Pressure with Weights
You will need two weights and a weight bench for this exercise. Lie on the bench on your back with the weights in the air on your chest and with your arms straight. Your palms should be towards the wall in front of you so that the weights are from end to end.Begin to bend your elbows outwards and to the sides, making right angles. Your forearms will be parallel to the ground and your elbows will be at the same level as your shoulders. Contract the muscles of your chest, and return the weights to the starting position. Repeat 12 to 15 times.