It is possible, yes, to end those protrusions in the back region, which are visible when you wear a tighter blouse or a gym top. Check out the tips to get rid of the dowels!
The secret to ending the insistent fat that jumps when you wear your bra is in the combination of a balanced diet, hormonal control, and aerobic and muscular endurance exercises.
“Aerobic and bodybuilding classes for the back and chest are good bets for who wants to define the region,” says Gabriela Maia, a professor at Bio Ritmo Academy in São Paulo.
We have discovered the best exercises and some care you must have to get the problem over with!
Exercises that detonate localized fat
Bet on modalities that, together, make the caloric expenditure higher. It can be a combination of 20 minutes of aerobic-like rowing, treadmill or transport – and, soon after, a specific bodybuilding workout for the pectoral and dorsal muscles like:
Crucifix straight: lying on the ground, begin the exercise with the arm extended in front of the body, holding a pair of weights. Open your arms slowly, bringing the weights toward the ground, and return to the starting position. Do 3 sets of 15 repetitions. Here at Top-medical-schools you can get more different models and styles.
Arm Bending: In a four-position position, with knees flat on the floor and arms extended to the side of the chest, move down and up the body, with the elbow forming a 90 degree angle. Do 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
Row with weight: support one hand on the back of a chair and with the other hold a little. Extend your arm toward the floor and rise, flexing the elbow, with the hand passing close to the trunk. Remember to keep your elbow closed. Do 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
The famous folds on the back-above or below the bra-and the accumulation of fat in different parts of the body can be the result of genetic inheritance, poor diet and also be linked to hormonal factors. Therefore, to monitor your health in general, it is important to control your estrogen and progesterone levels. In the period of puberty, pregnancy and menopause you can take control through blood tests.