By Anonymous - 02/01/2010 05:15 - United States
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Hey, why was my comment Buried? All it said was this: Too many negative votes, comment buried. Hide the comment. Keep on working out! It'll all work out in the end and you will start losing fat in other places too! You might want to change up your workout to target the places you want to lose weight in. #1 - On 01/02/2010 at 6:13am by Starfire22 - reply Meanies! :D
You can not spot train fat. You can make the muscles under the fat larger or more toned, an example would be if you do 1000 calories worth of ab crunches or 1000 calories worth of running, the fat loss will be the to the same zones regardless, only the muscles underneath will improve. Generally you lose fat first from the last place you gained it. If you always had a bubble but but just recently gained a large ponch the ponch will 90% of the time go first.
Yea, but if you build up the muscles in, say, your abs, wouldn't you be more likley to lose fat there? I'm not saying that you won't lose weight in other places also, but I was always told the muscle burns fat. While I agree that you can't just expect to lose weight in only one area, I always thought if you try to do more excersises that target these areas, you have a better chance in losing weight in these areas. I mean, I could be wrong, I'm not a expert on the subject.
I'm not surprised you lost weight in your breasts. If they were undersized in the first place and you lost weight, they are just going back to the size they would have been had you not gained the weight. For me, the first place I lost weight was the breasts as well. It is also noticeable in the face. I would recommend using measuring tape to measure your belly, thighs and breasts and keep one of those diet books with your calorie intake and daily weight. Muscle weighs three times the amount as fat, so you might lose hope in the very beginning, but when you measure you might be surprised that you have lost more weight in more than your breasts.
Unfortunately, it's impossible to target a certain part of your body for weight loss–the weight comes off everywhere. If the OP keeps losing weight, she'll just end up flat-chested with the same proportions she had before the diet (and I would know, this happened to me). There's really nothing you can do except stop dieting!
Eventually she will lose fat from other areas and things will even out.If she wants she can do exercises for her chest that will make her boobs look bigger atleast with a shirt or bra on because the boobs get pushed out a little I think.Im not sure, I don't know much about training for women.
Sounds like a heavy burden to bear. My friend Elle had the same problem. She was a twig, no hips to speak of and she had the boobs of Dolly Parton. IT was WEIRD. She got a reduction. It is working out nicely for her. It didn't really hurt all that much (so she said) and her back problems stopped within a month or so of getting it.
implants are d-i-s-g-u-s-t-i-n-g and small boobs rule! they stay nice and perky even in the elder years, they don't cause back problems, and you can go out without a bra if you so choose, which lots of men find really hot. i felt sad about my small boobs for a while, and then i got my nipples pierced and now i love them!
Keep on working out! It'll all work out in the end and you will start losing fat in other places too! You might want to change up your workout to target the places you want to lose weight in.
Yeah, it happens. One of the first places girls lose weight is there, because it's almost nothing but fat anyway. But if you keep going, the rest of your body eventually catches up anyway.