How to burn fat without losing your boobs

Posted: February 26, 2014 in Fat Burning, fitness
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It is rare that I do a ladies only post, but this has to be one of the biggest concerns for women I work with… this and how to get a nice ass.

Is it really possible to naturally burn fat without your breasts shrinking?

If this is an area of interest fo you I’m sure you are aware that breasts are made up of adipose tissue as well as “breast tissue” (fibroglandular tissue). The ratio of fat-to-dense tissue varies for everyone. Below that are the pectoral muscles:


It should also become pretty clear from the diagram above that developing your pectorals would certainly not increase your cup size, but might help the illusion of size somewhat.

You can’t control how much of your current girls are dense tissue and how much is fat tissue, but really, would you want to deliberately hold onto fat just to maintain your cup size? Speaking as a man, I would prefer a smaller, firm breast over a larger fatty one any day!

By including plenty of pec (chest) work – and don’t be afraid to train heavy – and maintaining a diet that supports muscle growth (high protein, plenty of fiber), you will be improving your overall physique as well as helping with the previously mentioned illusion of size.

Make sure when doing chest work you are using proper form. I see a lot of women performing bench presses wrong, or at least not optimally for chest growth. There are some good chest training tips here: Isolating Compound Movements

Ironically, training heavy is also one of the answers to the ass question. Perhaps that will be a post for another day.

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