Exercises to reduce breast size for ftms?

Rhiulan Rhiulan
Curious if anyone had any recommendations for me. They're really not that big, only b cups, but I certainly wouldn't mind them becoming easier to bind.
04/29/2012
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butts butts
Unfortunately, from what I've learned, it's impossible to target one area for fat reduction, you'll have to lose weight all around to lose breast fat. I recently made another topic about exercises for FtMs, everyone said cardio is best!
04/29/2012
MasonM MasonM
I was doing push ups to help with mine. Sadly, I lost weight on the band and gained in my pectorals, making them even larger!

I went from a 46J to a 44N!
04/29/2012
Voir Voir
Uhhh I lost a lot of weight I mean a LOT of weight one summer - dropped from 90 to 68 pounds... and went from a C cup to a B almost an A cup... but I wouldn't recommend that. I was having health issues... otherwise everything is mostly gonna build muscle; and you may not even HAVE fat in that area; so there may not be anything to "lose" seeing as the majority of a breast is mammary glands...
04/29/2012
Rhiulan Rhiulan
Quote:
Originally posted by MasonM
I was doing push ups to help with mine. Sadly, I lost weight on the band and gained in my pectorals, making them even larger!

I went from a 46J to a 44N!
I'm sorry to hear that D: but dear god, I feel bad complaining about my Bs after that lol good luck with your struggle!
04/29/2012
Andrew1992 Andrew1992
Push ups and other chest exercises couldn't hurt. That and general weight loss, and you should be in somewhat decent condition.
06/14/2012
nori nori
This is super terrible to mention, since it is not an exercise, but I know that binding, with time, helps to reduce the size/fullness of them.

i'd reccomend pushups, and working out your arms. If only for the fact, that the more your arms are build up, the smaller the rest of you looks. (and this theory applies to other areas of the body too.)

good luck, though.
06/15/2012
einad einad
Quote:
Originally posted by MasonM
I was doing push ups to help with mine. Sadly, I lost weight on the band and gained in my pectorals, making them even larger!

I went from a 46J to a 44N!
oh shit, does gaining pecs not diminish the fat on top of them??
06/30/2012
sodapin sodapin
Quote:
Originally posted by einad
oh shit, does gaining pecs not diminish the fat on top of them??
Spot-fat reduction doesn't really happen so the best way to remove chest fat is probably by reducing ALL fat. Cardio is good, but lifting weights is actually better for this because it consumes more. Also apparently fat = more estrogen(or less T?) so overall getting rid of fat may help in more ways than one .
07/02/2012
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