How To Avoid Breast Bounce When Exercising

To begin…

If you not already aware, exercising with breasts can be a nightmare at times. If you were a size D for example, your breasts could weigh between 7KG – 10KG. That’s a lot of stress on your lower back. It’s very important to consider ways to protect your breasts. Not taking care of your breasts during exercise can cause stretching, ligament damage and poor posture.

Keep it simple.

Regularly measure your bra size, especially if you’re young then your body will be changing all the time. In fact, people change a lot of time regardless of their age so make sure you’re not always wearing the same gear. A lot of ladies lose a lot of their breast size when they are slimming down so also consider this factor.  Your breasts could potentially have less support if your gear doesn’t properly fit. Before you do anything else, make sure you purchase yourself a high-quality sports bra. This will do you a world of good when it comes to training.

If you’re still suffering.

There are alternatives that can provide you with the extra support If you’re not getting the desired support from just sports bras. below is one of our favourite alternatives.

The Breast Support Band.

A breast support band is a large ‘band’ that is made of elastic material. It is placed over the top of your breasts holding them down to give you extra support. Boobuddy, a highly reputable brand that produces these bands claims that their product helps protect your breasts from stretching and ligament damage whilst allowing for better performance with that increased stability this product provides. If you’re a large-chested woman, this may be something to consider for that extra support when a sports bra just isn’t doing it for you. Check out their website for more information on this product at https://theboobuddy.com/.

Make life easier with these exercises

Here are some breast-friendly exercises that will hopefully help you achieve some serious results.

Planking

When trying to avoid breast damage, the best types of exercises you can do are static ones (not moving). Planking is a great exercise for developing core strength and of course getting the toned mid-section you desire.

Reverse Lunges

Doing compound movements can sometimes be difficult when you’re large-chested. The solution to this is to do a slow-controlled movement such as the reserve lunge. If you focus on all of the muscle groups, your legs you are bound to get results with this popular bodybuilding movement.

Any upper-body movement

Upper-body exercises such as the bench press, overhead press and back rows are generally quite static. This shouldn’t compromise your boobs. It’s also important to get that balance between upper-body movements and lower-body for that overall balanced physique.

Body positivity

Work with what you got. Love what you have. There are no excuses if you want to achieve results. Hopefully, this list helps make training more comfortable, but it’s important to remember circumstances are never perfect and if it was easy then everybody would do it.