Large breasts have been traditionally viewed as a positive physical attractiveness. However, women who have excess fat in this area may experience back pain and shame, especially if they are sagging breasts.
The breast tissue is fatty tissue that accumulates as fat in the body. To get rid of chest fat, you must perform cardio workouts, resistance training and follow a clean diet. There are plenty of exercises that target the chest muscles to help firm, lift and burn fat breasts.
- Step 1
Burning chest fat and fat from the body with a clean diet. This means you must eliminate empty calories such as cakes, candy, soda and alcohol from your daily routine, and eating lean proteins, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy. Turkey, fish, fruits, cauliflower, broccoli, skim milk and low fat yogurt are loaded with nutrients but are low in sugar and calories.
- Step 2
Eat five or six small meals a day instead of three large meals a day. This regulates blood sugar, suppresses the appetite and keeps your metabolism active throughout the day.
- Step 3
Cardio exercises that work the chest muscles. Exercises such as walking, jogging and dancing are effective in burning calories, but can aggravate chest and back if you have a lot of fat in the breasts. Try the elliptical training, skiing and rowing to help accelerate your efforts to burn fat and work the pectoral muscles at the same time.
- Step 4
Strengthen your chest muscles with specific exercises. One of the best exercises are squats. Lie face down on the floor and place the entire weight of the body on the hands and feet. Bend your elbows and lower your body to the ground. Push up to the starting position, do four sets of 15 repetitions.