Women swimmers and triathletes have no boobs. That’s because swimsuits cover them up. Most female athletes who swim competitively choose to do so in swimsuits, usually with tight-fitting tops and skintight bottoms. If a swimmer wants to show off her assets, she can wear a one-piece suit with no bra or bikini top. If you see women swimmers, you know they are women — and not men. That’s because most men wouldn’t be caught dead in the skintight suits that many women wear while swimming competitively (or just for fun). Even when men compete in similar swimwear, they don’t look anything like their female counterparts. But why? Why do most elite women swimmers have no breasts?
Why Do Women Swimmers Have No Breasts?
Women swimmers have no breasts because the breast is mainly adipose tissue. When a woman swims, her chest muscles work to keep her afloat, and the fatty tissue in her breasts melts away due to vigorous exercise. This is why many women who swim often have very little breast tissue.
Why Do Female Swimmers Have Flat Chests?
1. Women’s Bodies Are Different Than Men’s Bodies.
Women have different body proportions than men. A woman’s body is not just a man’s body with a few extra pounds and a smaller belly, but unique in its own way. The average male chest size is 42 inches, while the average female chest size is 36 inches. If you look at pictures of elite swimmers, you will notice that many women have no breasts at all. Why? Because women have smaller chests than men do.
2. Breast Implants Are Illegal For Women To Use In Most Sports, So It Doesn’t Matter If You Have Them Or Not.
Breast implants are banned in many sports because they could be used to gain an unfair advantage over your competitors — even if the implant was non-functional or non-artificial (meaning it was made by nature). If your competitors know that you have breast implants, they can deliberately avoid hitting you on the chest, because they know it will hurt. In addition, if your breast implants are non-functional or non-artificial, they could be used to gain an unfair advantage.
3. Women’s Bodies Are Different Than Men’s Bodies.
Women’s bodies are different than men’s bodies in many ways — including the shape of their breasts and the size of their hips. Because women have different body proportions than men do, they don’t need to fill out a swimsuit in order to look good in it — even if they want to show off their assets. That is why female swimmers usually wear one-piece suits with no bras or bikini tops. This way, the swimmer can still show off her assets without risking injury from hitting another competitor on the chest — even if she wants to show off her assets!
Don’t Swim If You Have Small Breasts
1. The Swimsuits
Women who swim competitively are often required to wear tight-fitting swimsuits. The suits are so tight that women can’t even move their arms or legs, much less their fingers or toes. The suits are designed to give the female athlete a smaller, more streamlined body. When women compete in these outfits, they look like little girls and not like grown women. Women swimmers usually have no breasts or nipples because the swimsuits cover them up completely and prevent them from moving around. You can’t see a woman’s nipples if she is wearing a tight-fitting swimsuit.
2. The Swimsuits Are Made For Men, Not Women
Most of the tight-fitting suits that elite female swimmers wear were originally designed for men — not women! These suits were originally made for men who were competing in swimming competitions and were created with a smaller body in mind. When you look at the bodies of male swimmers, you can see that the swimsuits were designed for a man, not a woman. The female form was left out of the design and women in these swimsuits don’t look anything like the men wearing them.
3. Breast Reduction Surgery
Swimsuit manufacturers and other organizations that sponsor competitive swimming events require female swimmers to undergo breast reduction surgery before they are allowed to compete in their events. Women who have small breasts are required to have their breast size reduced to a size that corresponds with the standard for men’s swimwear. This is so the women will fit into their tight-fitting suits and look more like men — not women! In addition, men often have bigger muscles than women so they can wear smaller suits with no problem. Women’s suits are designed to fit smaller bodies, not bigger ones!
Women With Flat Chests Shouldn’t Swim Front Crawl. Why Not?
1. The breaststroke is the most efficient stroke for swimming. In the breaststroke, a woman’s arms and legs move in a circular motion, similar to how they would if she were swimming freestyle. The breaststroke requires a lot of arm and leg movement to prevent water from sloshing around in her suit. If you have a flat chest, you won’t be able to move your arms and legs as much as you need to when swimming the breaststroke.
2. Women with flat chests have less upper body muscle mass than women with naturally full chests. Because women with flat chests don’t have as much upper body muscle mass as women with naturally full breasts, they can’t swim fast enough or push themselves hard enough in the water when they are doing the breaststroke. This means that a woman who has no boobs can’t swim as fast or push herself hard enough during the race when she is doing the breaststroke portion of her swim.
Women’s swimwear is designed to accommodate the differences between men’s and women’s bodies. Men’s and women’s bodies are different, and that difference is apparent in their choice of swimwear. Swimmers who wear tight-fitting swimsuits have no breasts because they don’t need them. Swimmers wear tight-fitting swimsuits to reduce drag — not to show off their bodies. It’s a matter of physics. The human body creates more drag in the water than it does in the air. One of the main reasons swimmers wear swimsuits is to reduce drag and increase their speed in the water. In theory, a swimsuit should compress a swimmer’s body and make it more streamlined. But in practice, swimwear is designed to accommodate the differences between men’s and women’s bodies.