Breast tissue is primary composed of two things: fat and glandular tissue. As we get older, unfortunately, our boobs begins a downward cycle of moving from glandular to a more fatty makeup :( In fact, did you know that your breast do not even mature until after your first child! This means that post birth the cycle is starting. To get your boobs to stay like they are for as long as possible is going to be challenging. There is nothing that will change your breast in a reverse cycle but there are quite a few tricks you can do to get them to appear as if they are but really you should always wear a good fitted bra to prevent early pulling from everyday gravity.

1. Since the breast is fat if you lose weight then you is going to lose breast weight as well. For some women this is the first place they notice weight change. Now the bad part is you can not target weight loss areas, so if you do not want to lose body weight in other places as well then you may be out of luck. But with a healthy diet, increased cardio, and more weight training the weight will come off. My thing is, if the girls get smaller then there is less to be “saggy”.

2. Train the pectoralis muscles. These are the muscles that find a safe haven behind the breasts. When you look at a guy with nice pecks, try to think how that might help your chest look if they were behind your breasts. You have two pectoralis groups: the minor and major. Both need to be worked to get the greatest benefits. How do you do that? Use weights to help gain mass. 3 set minimum of 3 reps is best. So think 95% or more of you 1 rep max.

Here are some recommended exercise moves:

Incline chest press

Standard barbell chest press


Pull ups

Punching a punching bag


Are all great workouts. For push-ups and pull ups just do as many as you can till you cant do no more.

Think, if you are losing breast fat but gaining chest muscle your breast will still be very much there, but that extra muscle will help to perk up your boobs :)

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