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5 Chest Isolation Exercises To Give You A Lift- Without Surgery!

Sweat Time: 10 mins

Equipment Needed: Yoga Mat

Workout Type: POP Pilates

Body Focus: Upper Body

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  • Dancerparis5 says:

    32DD

  • annnika.f says:

    I have a 75D (34 D in american) and my sister has something similar… which is very funny because our mom has like a 36A … :)

  • Akanksha says:

    Seen so many videos.. I’ve been wearing 32B for 10 years but now I think I’m a 34A or C. No idea.

  • Mango says:

    I have an unlucky size of 34 G. It’s almost near impossible to find any bras that actually fit right without spillage, especially workout bras. If it was affordable, I’d consider having a reduction. I’m so tired of having improper fitting bras and back aches.

  • Zandra57 says:

    I do not even know what I am anymore. I used to be 32 A, then I thought I was a 32 B, but now I am curious what size I am. There is no way I am bigger than B-size cup because my boobs are legitamitely really small. I just REALLY DO NOT like Bras and I want to find the perfect bra that fits me and doesn’t hurt me. Any suggestions what I should do?

  • MoBasista says:

    36A/34B/32C, just depends on the bra and how it fits. I have never been a person who thought my boobs were either too big or too small, they just sometimes get in the way. However, I have the same goals of wanting to strengthen all areas of my body and feel more confident in myself overall.

  • disnerdbeth says:

    I’m a 32DDD and I have considered surgery too – but to get a reduction. I have consistent neck and back pain, I’m limited in what clothes I can buy, and I hate the stares I get and the way I am treated by men. I always tell small-breasted girls that it “seems more fun on the other side” because we have a lot of issues too. If it makes you happy, then sure get a boob job, but I always warn people that having big breasts come with their own issues. It always seems better on the other side. I’m so proud that you shared your story xx

    • Ohheytoni says:

      I had a reduction 5 years ago and there is not a single day that I regret it! SO much better for posture and form during my workouts!

  • Loulou says:

    I want this outfit but it’s not available! Please sell it again :)

  • Sarah McConkie says:

    I’m a 34B and I’ll be honest . . . I’ve been insecure here and considered surgery too, but like you, don’t think I’d ever really do it. How often do you recommend doing this video? Like 2-3 times a week? Gracias :)

  • tgmtforever says:

    I am a 36A or a 34 B

  • Anu86 says:

    My bra size is 34B (75B in European size). Of course I would like my boobs to look a little bit bigger, but for now I am satisfied with what I’ve got and I am working on them to look even better! ;)

  • Megan says:

    I’m all types of sizes tbh depends on my weight and the brand of bra but I’m mostly a 12B 12C kinda gal, in some bras I’m even a 12 D! I’m similar to you Cassey I’ve been told I have no boobs and that I should have a smaller waist this made me obsess over my body shape for literally years. At one point I just said to myself I have had enough! As long as I’m mentally and physically healthy, my body type should not matter and if it matters to other people well they don’t deserve to be in my life :).

  • ndsullivan says:

    These isolation videos are killer! In a good way. I love them, and also the outfit! Where are you getting your workout gear lately??

  • lizzygc says:

    I’ll share because Cassey asked for it: I’m about a 38C! Also, this workout killed after doing arms yesterday! Thank you for being so honest while also being totally non-judgemental!

  • Ashleyam3 says:

    Omg these burn! I had to take a break haha but I’ll get better!

  • ellebow says:

    Thank you for sharing your journey and struggles with an ED, Cassey. I admire your strength so much!

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