Alternative Workouts for Women with Bigger Breasts

 

Some women are endowed with much larger breasts than the average female, who typically wears a size C bra in the 32 to 36 range. These women are susceptible to upper back pains that derive from excess weight being put on the chest without strong muscle support. Smaller chested women rarely encounter these troubles while working out, but larger breasted women are more than likely to have issues for obvious reasons. Exercise is a great way to rid your body of aches and pains as the movement makes the muscles nimble and less likely to stiffen. Yet what can a large breasted woman do to maintain a healthy workout without experiencing pain and discomfort? The answer is quite simple as there are particular aerobic regimens designed specifically for these women. Although these workouts may take some practice, the results are proven.

Cardio exercises like running or high speed aerobics are some of the most painful workouts for women with bigger breasts. The constant lift and drop of the breast can cause painful aches. If you are already experiencing back pain prior to exercising, this type of activity can exacerbate those aches. A sports bra will only absorb so much of the impact and a different routine needs to be established to diminish the continual movement of the breasts. Swimming is a great alternative to running because the resistance of the water against the body doubles as a strength and aerobic workout minus the discomfort.

Women who grow into their breast size face less of a threat when it comes to weak muscle support. As the body grows, the muscle also tends to grow and strengthen along with the breasts. In extreme cases, some women are not so lucky and wind up having to get a breast reduction. Women that receive breast augmentation though are able to strengthen their muscles by using strength training or weight lifting. Strength training builds muscle mass and tones breast muscle, which makes them look higher and more substantial. While breast augmentation achieves a larger artificial breast, these exercises will assist with overall health and maintenance for any women.

Last, but certainly not least, are the most popular forms of exercise that have become worldwide trends over the past few years. Yoga and Pilates are both great ways to strengthen muscle with minimal impact to your breasts or back. The slow, methodical movements prove to be an effective workout and have advantages beyond simple fitness.  In addition to sculpting your body into a lean machine, yoga also promotes self-awareness and can relieve stress.

Having bigger breasts doesn’t have to be a pain or cause you any either. Implementing any one of these workout routines just goes to show you can have your cake, and eat it too.

Mercedes Potter is a part of an elite team of writers who have contributed to hundreds of blogs and news sites.Need more information about breast augmentation in Chicago? Follow her @CedesPotter.

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