A variety of bras are built with padding and wires to lift the breasts, but this is only a temporary solution. Develop the muscles in the chest to lift the breasts. The chest consists of two parts, the pectoralis minor and pectoralis major. Exercises that stimulate the chest from all angles will help tone the area and make the breasts appear perkier.
Performing stability ball push-ups develop the chest muscles to increase definition in the center of the chest. Start on all fours. Place a stability ball under your hips. Walk your hands forward until your feet are on top of the ball. Squeeze your abs tight to stabilize the ball. Bend your arms and lower your chest toward the ground. Press your body up until your arms are straight. Do three sets of 15 repetitions.
Decline Chest Press
Doing a decline chest press works the lower section of the chest muscles that sits under the breasts. Lie back on a decline bench with a dumbbell in each hand. Extend your arms straight over your chest with your palms facing forward. Lower the weights down until your elbows are bent at 90 degrees. Keep the dumbbells aligned with the chest. Press the weights up and together over your chest. Do three sets of 15 repetitions.
Stability ball chest flys target the middle portion of the chest muscles. Sit on a stability ball with a dumbbell in each hand. Walk your feet forward until the ball is supporting your head, neck and shoulder blades. Extend the arms straight over your chest with palms facing inward. Open your arms out to the sides until the dumbbells are even with the shoulders. Squeeze your chest muscles and bring the weights together over your chest. Do three sets of 15 repetitions.
An incline cable press stimulates the upper section of the chest that sits at the top of the breasts. Stand at a universal cable machine. Adjust the handles to shoulder height. Grip each handle and raise your hands up until they are even with your chest. Face your palms downward and bend your elbows to 90 degrees. Press your hands up and together at a 45 degree angle. Release the arms back to the starting position. Do three sets of 15 repetitions.