The most effective
exercises for bust enhancement would basically
be anything that is going to work your chest
muscles. You can only build up the muscle
underneath the bust - these exercises won't
increase the actual size of the bust. There
are two major categories of exercises -
ones that will build and ones that will
that will build up the chest muscles include:
dumbell and barbell bench presses (these
can be done on the flat bench, incline bench
or decline bench), dips and push-ups. Exercises
that will help with definition include cable
cross-overs, dumbell flyes (flat, incline
or decline) and the pec deck.
I would recommend
using primarily exercises that build up
the muscle, while including the exercises
from the second category in a smaller ratio.
I would say for every 3 sets of building
exercises, do 1 set of defining exercises.
Most women tend to do the complete opposite,
choosing the pec deck and cross-overs because
they're easier and neglecting the presses.
You'll get better results by working at
the exercises that are harder.
The best bench
press version to use to enhance the bustline
is the decline bench press. This exercise
is done on a decline bench, so your head
will be lower than your feet. This position
tends to emphasize the lower chest muscles.
Building this area up will push forward
what you've already got, helping to enhance
the bust area.
I would also
recommend doing exercises for the back and
shoulders to help balance out your posture.
These include cable rows, pulldowns, rear
delt laterals, dumbell rows, etc. These
exercises will pull your shoulders back,
keeping you from slouching forward. Improving
your posture will probably do just as much
for bust enhancement as will working the