Under muscle implants..

Discussion in 'Female Misc' started by shan, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. shan

    shan TID Lady Member

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    Just curious if anybody else has implants under the muscle, I do and just don't feel comfortable doing alot of bench work, I went back to doing db presses a lil too early after my surgery and had some lateral movement...granted it isn't real bad, and not visible when I have a bra on, but I still want to build my chest muscles but am kinda hesitant to go very heavy. I also noticed that they look very odd when I flex...anybody else?
     
  2. AllTheWay

    AllTheWay TID Lady Member

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    mine are over the muscle. i think regardless of how long one waits they will see lateral movement as they start to develop the pecs. thats just how the anatomy works.
     
  3. ajdos

    ajdos MuscleHead

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    I dated a girl who had under the muscle and she had the same concerns, she was hesitant to do a lot of chest excersises for fear of injury and/or damaging the implants.
     
  4. Ms.Wetback

    Ms.Wetback VIP Lady Member

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    Cant help sorry. Natural for now.
     
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  5. acon83

    acon83 TID VIP Lady Member

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    I have unders, and I workout heavy. So far, no issues.
     
  6. shan

    shan TID Lady Member

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    how heavy is your heavy? I haven't benched more than 75lbs since the surgery, and it makes me a bit nervous....I don't want to risk a flat LOL
     
  7. AllTheWay

    AllTheWay TID Lady Member

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    honestly, you will go lateral before you rupture an implants. unless you had a sloppy surgeon and he damaged the lining they are a bazillion times better than the ones of old. i dont think that you could lift enough to damage them. i know that i couldnt lift enough to hurt one.
     
  8. acon83

    acon83 TID VIP Lady Member

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    My max is 135 right now...but I w/o with 115 with no issues. I even bounce the bar off my boobs...no probs. Look at my pix. They're in the right place :D
     
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  9. acon83

    acon83 TID VIP Lady Member

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    seriously....I read that the pressure it takes to actually rupture one is insane. Meaning that we don't ever exert that much force on them to make 'em pop. Shifting may occur, but rupture is very unlikely.
     
  10. shan

    shan TID Lady Member

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    I guess I am just a ninny LOL. Since mine have already shifted a bit lateral (which actually only makes them look more "real" as Bob says) I just have to make sure to lift in a very good sport bra with heavy lateral protection. I asked my dr about the shifting and he said it was influenced by body type as much as weight, that my build actually lent itself to the shifting, so I guess that is how it is.
     
  11. sassy69

    sassy69 TID Lady Member

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    I got unders 11 yrs ago - I'm already built "wide" and they are shifting further to the outside. Yes they are going to look weird when you contract the muscle because they are under the influence of your pec muscles and will contract as your muscles contract - just like compressing a balloon. I lift heavy and have for most of my life. I don't do flat or decline bench.
     
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  12. jhc005

    jhc005 Muscle Princess

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    Mine are under the muscle. I wear two sport bra's when I train chest. I bench & use free weighs. I stay away from doing heavy flys. But, mine have pushed out to the side.
     

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