Breast reduction exercise can be difficult to understand. I addressed most of these question on my page entitled
Without going over the same stuff again, I just want to remind you that there's no such thing as specific exercises to reduce breast size, but there are exercises that large breasted women can do to help strengthen their core, back, and chest muscles.
I want to say a thank you to my wonderful husband (who happens to be a certified athletic trainer and personal trainer) for helping me compile and describe each exercise.
Just to legally cover my own rear, please consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
Being well endowed puts extra stress on you shoulders, (remember our shoulder grooves?). This can lead to upper back, neck pain and poor posture. To counter these problems we have to strengthen the upper back and shoulder girdle muscles.
Most of these exercises can be performed in the comfort of your home using your own body weight or resistance bands which can be purchased for around 15 dollars. If you have light hand weights you can use those if you wish.
The great thing about these exercises is that you can do them anywhere, except while driving a car. Pick an exercise below and try to do 10, then slowly increase how many you can do and maybe add some handweights or resistance bands. You'll be amazed how much better your back and shoulders feel.
Ohhhh we love these, right? (you know, one good thing about having big boobs is we don't have to go down as far before our chest hits the floor - it makes push-ups easier, hee hee)
Here's a couple pointers...
it's okay to do 'girl' pushups. Just remember to keep a straight line from your knees to your ears as if there were a board strapped to your back. As you move up and down in the push-up be careful to maintain this posture. Happy Pushing! (sounds painful already doesn't it?)
Shrug shoulders straight up as if you were trying to touch them to your earlobes.
Pause just enough to stop motion and slowly lower shoulders.
Your elbows should remain straight with your hands along side your thighs. There is no need to roll your shoulders forward or back while doing shrugs and some studies show that it can be harmful to the shoulder joint. You can stand on a resistance band to make it harder.
Stand with feet shoulder width apart and palms facing front of thighs. Slowly pull up, following the line of your body to the bottom of the arm pit.
Make sure to keep your elbows higher then your hands. To make the exercise more challenging, use hold weights or use resistance bands.
Overhead exercises are more challenging and should be started lightly.
With that being said, sit on a firm seat, or stand if you wish.
Palms should face forward and thumbs should be level with the ears. This is the starting position.
Press both arms up letting the hands gradually come together at the top of the motion.Slowly return to the starting position.
With the palm towards the front of the thigh and elbow straight, slowly raise your arm in front of your body until your hand reaches shoulder height and arm is parallel to the ground.
Pause only long enough to stop motion and slowly lower the hand to the thigh.
If you are doing one are at a time be sure to do the same number of reps on each arm.
With the palm towards the side of the thigh and elbow straight, slowly raise your arm to the side of your body until your hand reaches shoulder height and arm is parallel to the ground. Pause only long enough to stop motion and slowly lower the hand to the thigh. If you are doing one at a time be sure to do the same number of reps on each arm.
Well there you have it, breast reduction exercise made simple. Of course when I say 'breast reduction exercise' remember that I'm really talking about exercises to help strengthen the back, shoulders, and core of large breasted women because these are the muscles that need strengthening.
In order to reduce your breast size you'll have to reduce your overall body fat.
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