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Thread: CrossFit (or serious weights) and boobs....

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    Maybe our dear men can show examples of how serious weights have impacted their glutes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    Maybe our dear men can show examples of how serious weights have impacted their glutes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by little12 View Post
    I'll preface: mine are hereditary, not from beer or fatty stuff. I've had 2 times over the past 3 years that i've gone down a significant weight (significant to me) and they didn't really get smaller in terms of mass I don't think...just the band size changed and then cup from a result of that. They didn't "shrink"

    I'm asking for 2 reasons. 1---I'd like to keep my curves, 2---I don't want to drop a bunch of $$ on bras if they're going to change quickly
    How much weight are you talking about and how old are you? I lost over 1/3 of my body weight and it wasn't until the last 20 lbs or so (as my body weight dropped from overweight to mid normal) that I felt like there was a noticeable, proportional loss in boobage, at least with clothes on. I am currently a 34C and for the first time in 35 years considering a pushup bra for a dress I just bought.

    I have been thinking about a weight training regimen for other parts of my body. I have a hard time believing it would do much for my boobs. I can say that yoga is not a bust increasing strategy, lol. On the other hand, my backside looks better than it did when I was this same weight at 22, so every body part is different.
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    Well, at my heaviest I lost about 40lbs to bring me down to what I was for about a year and a half...hovering at 160. I went from a 38DD down to a 34DDD or F depending on what sizing system you're looking at. Like I said, mine are hereditary from both sides of my family, so I never expected them to "shrink" persay...just morph. I do have to say though that I think they LOOK smaller...and I'm ok with that.

    This time around, I dropped about 10-15 just from primal eating and i've already started to notice a little more "room" in my bras, particularly the band. It took me a long time to build up my collection after that last loss!! haha, I don't really want to start all over! I wish you could tailor bras like you can pants!!!

    It is kind of a pain, like others have said, in regards to finding bras and sports bras and how much $$$ they cost. Ya can't just go to target sadly. And there aren't such things as "cheap bras" when you're that size. Shoot, Vickies JUST now started making a DDD bra. That's about as cheap as it gets.

    For now, i'm going to wait it out and see what CF does to them. I think i'm on my way down to a 32 band size...but maybe CF will keep me at 34 because i'll finally have some back muscles! haha. I did get 2 new sports bras that fit well right now...can't really be doing all that jumping around in a crappy sports bra!!!! (btw, I feel like I could be sports bra tester with how many i've tried).

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