Back Workout: 3 Moves To Get Rid of Bra Bulge

While most workouts focus on the stomach, rear, and legs; it’s also important to focus on those areas that are less noticeable. Not only is it important to tone these areas to achieve an overall defined look to your physique, but it’s also good protection against pain and injury. Among those areas is the back…

And by targeting specific areas in the upper body, you can blast stubborn bra bulge while sculpting aa beautiful, strong back and shoulders. Below, we show you several moves that can help you to build upper body strength while getting the look you want.

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It’s also important to keep in mind that a good, solid diet can help a ton. Nutrition is just as important as working out and in many cases, superior.

NOTE: For the exercises below I tried to find Youtube videos that are as close as possible to the written exercise, but wasn’t able to find videos that matched 100%. So please keep this in mind when reading and watching. Some of the exercises require hand weights. And as always, please be safe when performing any exercise and if you’re unsure you can perform them it’s best not too and consult a physician or personal trainer.

Single-Arm Dumbbell Rows

You will perform 10 reps of this exercise. Using the 15-pound dumbbells, stand so that your feet are hip-width apart. Next, bend your knees, lower your torso and shift your hips slightly backward. If necessary, you can brace one hand against a wall to provide support and balance.

Now, bring the dumbbell toward your chest with your left hand, bending your elbow toward the ceiling. Perform 10 reps for each side.


You will perform 15 reps of this exercise. Take the 2-pound dumbbells and stand so that your feet are hip-width apart. Bend your knees slightly and lower your torso until it is parallel to the floor. Bring the dumbbells together and face your palms outward.

Next, lift the dumbbells up to shoulder height, making certain to keep your arms straight, then lower the weights.

Plank with Lateral Arm Raise

You will perform 10 reps of this exercise on each side. Position yourself so that you are in a straight-arm plank. Your hands should be positioned below but in line with your shoulders. Your feet should be positioned greater than hip-width apart. Focus on keeping your hips still while lifting one arm so that it is up to shoulder height.

Next, return to the center position and perform the same routine with the other arm. Remember to keep your body centered.