"Do breasts shrink when you lose weight?
I'm 50 pounds overweight. I'm looking to lose about 30-40 of it. I hate my breast size and i want to kno if they will shrink. Help!"
Nearly every woman wants to lose weight. As they say, you can never be too rich or too thin. But, many of us are proud of our breasts - and we've certainly noticed that they can help us get a lot of attention. We also know that when we lose weight, we often lose it in our breasts first. Plus, we can get stuck with stretch marks. So, many women want to know how to keep breasts firm after losing weight.
The most important part of the equation is to understand that you need to lose weight the right way. If you simply lose weight through dieting, your breasts will shrink, sag and look stretched out. There is no way around that. That's why "miracle" diets are really not great when it comes to showing off your rack. They not only starve you, but they also make you look less sexy.
You need to have a targeted weight loss program that will work with your bosom. The best way to accomplish this is to stick to exercises that build up your back and chest muscles. Building up your back muscles helps your posture, which makes your breasts positioned more naturally. Some good ones to look into are dumbbell extensions, stair climbing and rowing machines.
Chest exercises help by building up the muscles below and around your boobs. This helps them to stand up and be perky and proud, and will cause them to still look large even after you've started burning off the fat.
But overall, the main thing to remember is that you should always combine diet and exercise whenever you want to keep your breasts firm while losing weight. Otherwise, you won't get the results you are looking for.
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I have lost 20lb since the beginning of January and my boobs are the most noticeable area of loss-they are loads smaller and slightly saggier I have breastfed 2 babies too though so that is part of it too. I mainly do jogging/cross trainer, exercise bike and stepper but also do the 30 day shred which will hopefully help improve things!