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How can you increase your bust size?

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2012-02-21 07:25:16
2012-02-21 07:25:16

A couple of possibilities are breast augmentation surgery or Maidenform.

ExerciseDo an exercise where you put your arms in the front and then push them back. You should do this 35 times everyday...wait...I heard 37 times! Alternative ApproachIf you wish to open your mind to an alternative approach, try hypnosis. This is not a guaranteed solution because hypnosis works differently for everyone. It is possible to see progress in whatever product you use given enough time, just don't expect overnight miracles. Also, while the products aren't cheap, they are far cheaper than any surgery. More on ExerciseExercising your chest as a woman may increase the appearance of the breasts by toning the muscle underneath them, like pectoralis major. Keep in mind that breasts are actually mostly fatty tissue. If exercise is taken to the extreme, as in the example of women bodybuilders who bench 300 pounds have negligible bust sizes. This has to do with the fact that they have such low body fat. Some AdviceThere is more to life than having the biggest breats on the block, as the physical connection is the last connection to be made, and not the first in a relationship.
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