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  1. Does anyone else have this feeling? So I'm 7 weeks post op and I've been going gym for a few weeks on and off. Now I'm going everyday again but I've been doing cardio and training my Legs. Today I decided to do back, when I was lifting my arms up and down my implants (under the muscle) were going crazy they were moving outwards every time I'd pull down. It was so uncomfortable. Is this a feeling that is normal and il have to get used to or should I just drop the weight more and adventually over time add on more weight? I had to stop because it was just so uncomfortable 😒😒
  2. Hi Guys, I've read a few forums already on these topics but I'm look for more specific answers. I'm 6 months post op (surgery on July 15th 2015 under the muscle @ TCI with dr lee 385cc). I was pole dancing for 2.5 years till surgery and plan to go back this term, I miss it so badly. I'm so nervous about hurting myself as pole requires so much upper body strength and chest in particular when doing inverts and hangs. I've gone back to gym for about 2 months now and use the assisted pull ups machine on the lightest weight I can (currently 40) with no pain so far or discomfort, pre op I was able to do 10 pull ups very easily on a normal bar. When doing push ups I can only go low midway as I start to feel a slight sharpness in my incision (I feel it in my left side only though, maybe becos my right side is stronger) Is there ANYONE who does pole and has gone back to be able to do pull ups/inverts again without too much pain? Please share your experience!! I've read many different forums where some surgeons say pull ups can never be done again and some that say its fine. I miss going to the gym and being able to show off and impress people with the pulls ups I can do hahah and will be devastated if I wont be able to again.. I've just messaged a girl who poles at my studio. She got her BA Oct 2014 in Thailand and is able to do chin ups and advanced level pole tricks (she performed in a competition in June 2015, I watched her and was amazed at how strong she was again). Yet to find out whether she got over/under and her experience on easing back into chin ups/pole. I will update the response here once she replies. I feel like this is such a long post so apologies but thanks for reading!
  3. Just wondering what your surgeons have told you ladies after you have recovered regarding exercise. I like to swim approx 5kms, use kettle bells, boxing training, kayaking, paddle boarding and Bikram Yoga. Does anyone know if I will be restricted by any of this training after my BA?
  4. Just wondering what your surgeons have told you ladies after you have recovered regarding exercise. I like to swim approx 5kms, use kettle bells, boxing training, kayaking, paddle boarding and Bikram Yoga. Does anyone know if I will be restricted by any of this training after my BA?
  5. Hi everyone. I'm new to the Forum and obviously on here as I'm contemplating a BA this year. Sorry if it's been discussed already, but I was just wondering how long it takes to get back to medium/high intensity exercising and training after the operation? I can go low intensity training to get back to what I want to do this year, but it would be good to get some idea other than the recommended time frames I read about on surgeon's websites etc. Thanks in advance
  6. I'm just starting to ease my way back into exercise with light cardio and when they say 'don't raise your heart rate' does anyone know what a safe heart level rate is?
  7. Hello there! So my question is regarding oxyshred. I am massive fan, the flavours are amazing, it really helps with my workouts especially I've started taking more seriously after getting my implants in, because I want to look after my body, lose that annoying weight, tone up and just be happy with myself. Anyways, I am wondering if anyone else uses it, where do they get it from (I purchase from genesis online, but takes a while to reach me in Melbourne) and also what another supplements they use with the oxyshred? I can't decide between the other EHP labs products - beyond bcaa, oxywhey lean protein, buzz pre workout or crea-8. I already have acetyl l carnitine which I stack with oxyshred currently. I just unsure what to have to help with my weight loss and toning up. Would love to hear your suggestions and what has personally helped them xx
  8. I've just booked in for a BA on 19 Dec. Currently I'm really active - training about 10 hours per week. I participate in triathlons (swim, bike run) and go to the gym. I know I'll have to have a fair bit of time (at least 6 weeks) off my training. I'm hoping I can get on a bike (at least on a wind trainer or gym bike) and do legs at the gym (pin machines only) after about 2-3 weeks. How long did it take for others to feel comfortable running again (and swimming if you've done that) and did you have to work up the distance slowly? How long before feeling pain free enough to do upper body weights? TIA
  9. Hi all, I'm assuming different surgeons give different advice to when to start exercising after BA. My surgery is booked for December 9. I LOVE exercising - it's my stress reliever! I exercise 5 days a week - mostly cardio (running 7kms) and a couple of weight training classes for toning. I guess my question is how long have you waiting before hitting the gym again? I'm happy never to do push ups again but i really don't want to rule out running or squats. What are your experiences with exercise after BA? I'm scared i won't be able to run like i used to! But it's the risk i'm definitely going to take!!
  10. Hi ladies!! So a boob job is something that's been in the back of my mind since I was about 16 (and seriously for about a year and a half now, since joining this forum). I have two questions regarding implant type and post boob job fitness routine. I am 174cm and I believe about 64kg. I have always wanted a natural look due to my athletic shape and therefore have lent towards teardrop shape. HOWEVER, I do have worry that this will not give me much upper pole as I have very little tissue up there currently, while I have a nice amount at the bottom of my breasts. This is not to say I want the 'massive big tits' look (sorry for pigeon holing) but I am genuinely concerned that teardrops will end up dropping a lot and I will have regretted not going for a little more perkiness. Any advice from those of you who were or are in the same boat would be much appreciated! Or even advice from you body experts would go a long way! I have attached a photo for you to get an idea of my shape now🙊 Second question: fitness post boobies Currently I do a combination of reformer Pilates, yoga, weight lifting and pole fitness (and sometimes rock climbing). If there is anyone out there who loves the active lifestyle and had a boob job, how much did it change your routine? Were/are you unable to do push-up or pull-ups? Do you do pole dancing and do the new boobs effect you in any way? Ideally I would like to be able to do all of these at some point after my BA haha😅 but I have heard some surgeons recommended against them for at least 12 months! I have attached some embarrassing photos for you to get an idea of my overall body shape. Happy to take suggestions from your personal experience 😊 THANKYOU LADIES!! xx
  11. Hi ladies I am considering a BA in a few months, however the only thing holding me back is whether I can return to my exercise routine after a BA. I'm an extremely active person and train with a high level of intensity. My training schedule per week comprises: 2 sessions of karate/kickboxing1 session of pole dancing5 sessions of gym (all weights and cardio)2 sessions of military style training (obstacle racing, push ups on toes, chin ups, pull ups, kettle bell work outs, military crawls, sled pushes of 96-170kg, ring work, monkey bars, rope climbing, rowing, tyre flipping etc You name it, I try it). I'm quite fit, lift/push/pull a lot of weight and have a lot of upper body strength. In addition I often waterski in the summer and do indoor rock climbing. I am considering going through TCI and I believe they only perform under the muscle surgeries. I'd love to hear your feedback on how having a BA has affected your exercise and whether you've been advised not to do certain exercises. Also, how do you find exercising with boobs? What's your mobility and strength like? Do they get in the way? Do they prohibit flexibility and range of movement? Right now I basically have pecs!! Thanks in advance
  12. Hi girls, Im almost at my 1 month post op, I had my BA at PIAC and wondering if there is variability in when you were advised/decided to run again... or other physical activity? Also what bras did you use and how did it feel?
  13. Hi ladies, I read some old posts but am looking for any women still in the forums that have had their BA and are back to playing netball. When were you back playing post op? I'm assuming about 8ish weeks will be pretty standard/safe, but did it take a while to feel normal playing again? Someone mentioned having less power in their passes, if this happened to you, did this also return to normal after a period of time? Onto pushups, who still can't do them? How long PO are you? Who is back to doing pushups? Do you feel sick?!?! Can anyone explain why people get nauseous from them? Does this happen with any other exercises?
  14. Im a fitness freak. Have been advised that i wont be able to do full exercise until after 6 weeks post op. has anyone been able to exercise before this? are there any good types of exercise which i can do during this time?
  15. I had the Mirena inserted today (ouch!) due to menstrual migraines related to the pill. For those who have a Mirena; how long did you wait to exercise after insertion? Obviously not today as I'm cramping but did you take a few days off your exercise routine? also, did anyone get pain in their legs after insertion? I've had a mild shooting pain down one leg all afternoon!
  16. I do a bit of weights just a few times a week and i do things like chest press high and low rows which do back and chest. Im curious about wether i should be going under or over. I've heard if you life weights it should be over but i don't know if i lift enough that under will be ok. and if its going to be way more painful to go under with slightly developed pecs.
  17. I have been given the clear to do light exercises this week. I am week 4 What do u consider light exercise? I really wana do crunches or ab work would that be okay for someone 4 weeks in? What did u ladies do? Any suggestions or feedback?
  18. Hi everyone. I'm new here. Booked in to have my BA in October with Tim Brown. Just a bit nervous re: post op recovery as I have 3 children, with the youngest being 17 months old at the time of my surgery. My concern is not being able to lift him at all. My mother will hopefully be living here by the time of surgery, but just wanting some personal experiences and reassurance that I will be able to make it work! When did you feel comfortable returning to driving etc. as well? Thanks!
  19. I have been given the clear to do light exercises this week. I am week 4 What do u consider light exercise? I really wana do crunches or ab work would that be okay for someone 4 weeks in? What did u ladies do? Any suggestions or feedback?
  20. Hi.... I wish I had found this forum earlier... So good to read everyone's experiences.... I'm now day 18 and feel fantastic... Who would think after having a tummy tuck and liposuction on my handles and been so sore for the first 7 days that all I want to do is go back to work and start exercising.... I lost 30 kgs 2 years ago and had a wonderful swinging apron that I was so embarrassed about that I thought "stuff it" it's my time to look after me..... I have had a great experience my stomach looks so flat..... It's been over 27 years since I've seen my fanny and I just keep saying "wow" .... Anyway a few questions if people could help me... when can I start exercising? how long before I can eat any sort of food before the full stomach/painful feeling go away? When did everyone stop wearing their binder? What did you do to make the lumpy bits disappear around the liposuctions and bruising areas? Hope all you lovely people can help Anyway can so recommend getting plastic surgery done..... This has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.....
  21. Hi.... I wish I had found this forum earlier... So good to read everyone's experiences.... I'm now day 18 and feel fantastic... Who would think after having a tummy tuck and liposuction on my handles and been so sore for the first 7 days that all I want to do is go back to work and start exercising.... I lost 30 kgs 2 years ago and had a wonderful swinging apron that I was so embarrassed about that I thought "stuff it" it's my time to look after me..... I have had a great experience my stomach looks so flat..... It's been over 27 years since I've seen my fanny and I just keep saying "wow" .... Anyway a few questions if people could help me... when can I start exercising? how long before I can eat any sort of food before the full stomach/painful feeling go away? When did everyone stop wearing their binder? What did you do to make the lumpy bits disappear around the liposuctions and bruising areas? Hope all you lovely people can help Anyway can so recommend getting plastic surgery done..... This has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.....
  22. Hey Ladies, I am having my BA done at the end of this month although i am having ALOT of trouble deciding if i should go 275cc or 300cc. I am getting high profile, round and under the muscle implants.. I am currently a 10b, 5'6ft and 60 kilos... My main reason for getting a BA for for the shape, not so much the size.. I also workout a lot so didn't want anything too big and i don't want them to be too noticeable... Has anyone had a similar experience that could help me out?? I don't want to make a decision I'll regret! Thank you
  23. Just a little heads up for those out there worrying about recovery after a TT. This is my journey and mine only as I understand everyone is different. I had a TT, muscle repair, lipo to the hips and BL. TT was nowhere near as bad as I expected. Today I am officially 8 weeks post op and just completed a 3 day roller derby tournament. I was back on short walks and exercise bike by 10 days jogging by 3 weeks, had my skates back on for endurance training by 4 weeks and back to full contact sports by 6 weeks. I do truly believe that a good diet, good nutrition had a massive impact to my healing as well as a positive mind space, clear goals and listening and trusting my own body. ( I am not a health freak by any means either. Normally) but it has been the best most positive action I have taken. I feel on a daily basis my self esteem growing, my confidence is back and I walk proud and happy again as I finally feel I look on the outside the person I feel on the inside. My scar is long it is still looking fresh but I am proud of it. It is finally something I did for me in my life!! I had the drains taken out day 4 was in hospital till day 5, I work a desk job from home so was back to work by day 7. I did and still do get swelling especially on my hips and below the scar on my pubic line. But I believe this will be part and parcel of it all for a couple of months. Things that caused problems were a small blood clot in the scaring of one breast and a stitch that did not dissolve properly. I had no infections or other problems. For me it has been a very interesting journey, but only the start of my new self discovery.
  24. Hi lovely ladies So with getting engaged and going on holiday for a month I've put on a bit of weight. Not much, but the more I think about it, I really want to get fit and toned... but I am useless at sticking with the routine. I've always had really active jobs, working on a farm, then in a boarding kennel.... cleaning dog kennels is such a work out its crazy. So I never really had to work out to get in shape. Every now and then I'll get all motivated and start doing a half an hour work out in the mornings at home on top of walking my dog every day like usual, and it'll last a week or something, then if I skip one day I just loose all motivation, or I'm so sore on the day off, I cant bring myself to start again. At the moment I walk my dog every day for about 45 min or an hour, and do yoga a few times a week. I definitely prefer to do stuff outside, and am not really keen on going to the gym, but if I have to I will once I can afford it. So all you super sexy amazingly fit ladies... can you help me at all?
  25. Got my surgery coming up in just under 2 weeks (EXCITED) and am just wondering how long before I can get back into exercise? I want a banging body to match my new boobs, especially in time for summer, but wondering how hard it's going to be with my new assets! I don't want them bouncing around and getting saggy, but I want to still be able to do cardio and slim down. I'm just hoping I dont get put out of action for too long as I don't want those winter kilos creeping up on me:( What's your advice/experience on exercise after a BA?? x
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