chest exercises such as bench presses are capable of lifting the upper body, particularly the breasts, as the skin is raised by the developing muscle underneath thereby creating greater tension.
this would be the least drastic solution with results - the mammary is a tissue incapable of expansion and contraction through exercise and thus unable to become taut itself. of prime concern for you would be tighting the skin (through isolated muscle techniques, sometimes referred to as 'toning' exercises), or further reduction of excess fat, through general techniques including proper dieting, and elementary exercise (running, skippping, etc - non-specific in terms of muscle). i mention this for whilst chest development will aid you towards your goal, the muscles built will be precisely those of your chest, and thus excessive exercise of this manner ensures a strong, and eventually visible chest muscle, without an equal breast firmness (e.g. see female muscle-building competetitions).
If a significant amount of weight has been lost (through appropriate means, excluding limb removal), skin which has been stretched will "sag" and form parts of the body which can be mistaken for further fat. In such a situation, chest development will aid but to a limited extent dependent on the degree of sagging. The skin is difficult to tighten through any means but muscle development however, and thus perhaps coupling chest-specific exercises with those which will strengthen your sides, such as standing straight, lifting your left arm, and attempting to reach as far down your leg with your right hand as possible, shifting your body to the right - without bending your legs. (shifting your body to the right as in, not reaching forward as you would when trying to touch your toes). Repeat in reverse for your left side. I am writing this on memory, but doing so should gradually tighten the muscles near your shoulder blades/armpits, which will to a degree operate to tighten your chest.
Chest exercises I can recommend beyond bench presses are the standard push-up. Either fully outstretched on the ground, or, on your knees, pushing up in this position (reduces the weight being borne by your arms, and thus is a easier method of intially approaching push ups), or standing and completing push-ups against the wall.
Do note however, muscle development will only work to a certain level. It will improve your physique, but as there is no direct way by which the skin or breast itself can be 'developed' at an adult age, using musles to tend either towards a greater firmness is limited. Eat properly too to help, and remember that plastic, or "corrective" surgery can artifically resolve physical issues, but does not resolve the psychological issues which would provoke one to undergo such drastic efforts :) good luck!
Press-up's perk up your clevrage line!! and also doing the bench press helps. good luck!
Without surgery the only solution is to wear a good tight bra.
After breastfeeding, breasts may be a little less firm, and if you lost weight while breastfeeding, they may be a smaller size, Areola, and nipple size will also shrink, and the colour of both may return to a light brown if they were previously pink before being pregnant.
There are really no ways to increase breast size except surgery.
48kg's. that when she lost but now she has gained some weight again.
This means; don't loose weight and think you're done. Keep losing weight even is you have already lost some and don't gain weight again. (I think, good question)
She used to... But now her boobs are small-ish... She lost a lot of weight since highschool so yea...
Fat weighs and breasts mostly contains of fat. If you also have lost weight the skin is stretched so they can be softer/flatter than before.
Temporarily by the mass of water drunk. This soon lost again.
No, this is a myth. The size and shape of the breasts can be affected by pregnancy, but they are also affected by your weight, the diet you eat, your over-all health, and your genes. There is no evidence that losing one's virginity immediately affects the size of the breasts. That said, if you lost your virginity and got pregnant, that will affect your breasts.
Either because they use the wrong bra with no support or a wired bra when they are young and are still growing. They can also be saggy after you've lost a lot of weight!
Speaking from experience, not really. I found that initially (meaning the first week) I lost weight due to lack of desire to eat but the weight of your breasts do not put that much of a dent in your overall weight. Be careful though, I had one started birth control and gained weight in college and now they have grown.
Yes, depending on where the weight is lost. The breasts sit on top of the pectoral muscles and are anchored by a series of tendons. They do not 'float' away from the body as fat tissue builds up around the rib cage. Instead, as the fat tissue grows part of the breast becomes enveloped. Some women's breasts do not increase in size during weight gain. This causes the bust size to increase while the cup size decreases. As you loose weight the opposite can occur. Many women loose breast tissue while loosing weight, since they are largely a fatty tissue. However, not all women do lose size. This is why it appears that they have grown. PS. Since they are in the same system as the pectoral muscle, doing chest exercises can help re-firm the breasts after weight loss. Find a guy with really nice pecs and have him show you what he does, just tone it down a bit.
You can't know that in advance. You can weigh yourself now, and again after some days or weeks, to see whether you have gained or lost weight.
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Sherri Shepard has never gotten a breast reduction and is against them. In 2013 she lost weight because of becoming diabetic, so her breasts may have gotten smaller from that.
Sorry, but you cannot "spot reduce". Fat is lost proportionally through the entire body, all at once. You can strengthen the chest muscles and that will help support the breasts better, but will probably make them a bit bigger in the process. The only way to lose size in the bust is to just lose weight in general, but breast tissue is not fat, so even losing weight might not reduce the size of your breasts.
That depends on your present weight and how you lost the weight, if you lost it by not eating properly that is not healthy.
he lost weight
(Original body weight)-(current body weight)= weight lost (weight lost)/(original body weight) * 100 = % of dehydration (degree of dehydration)
Yes , you can lose weight. However, when you start eating you may regain the weight and more than you lost because the body thinks it will not get food again for a long time. I don't recommend fasting as a weight loss solution.
Yes and its natural for that to happen. Your breasts are little more that fatty deposits, milk production glands and skin. If you lose weight, this is one of the places that loses fat cells and they will get smaller the same way your belly, backside and thighs do. You cannot control where you gain weight or lose weight in regards to fat loss.
Unless you get lyposuction, there is no way you can reduce the fat in any one part of your body. They only way to lost that fat is to exersice and lose weight as a whole.
If you are referring to the past tense, then yes you would say, "I have lost some weight."
I have lost 6lb max and have been bulimic for 5 years. It's not a method to 'loose weight', it is something that happens aseemingly invuluntarily.
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