5 Easy exercises to get a more feminine body as a crossdresser / transgender

It’s no secret that the male physique is very different to that of a female. Men have broader shoulders, are generally taller, have bigger arms, etc. Plus, if you are a biological man, you are likely to have a much bigger appetite than the average female as well. So, how do you achieve a more feminine body as a crossdresser/transgender?

Good diet and performing the right exercises, of course!

We won’t talk about the proper diet today; we’ll leave that for another article. Today, we will talk about what exercises are right for you if you are looking to achieve a more feminine body. You may not have realized that when it comes to exercises, men and women focus on different movements depending on what end result they are hoping to achieve.

Men tend to want to get as muscular and as broad as possible. Therefore, they will focus more on getting bigger arms, wider shoulders, and massive pectoral (chest) muscles. For woman, they usually aim to remain slim and defined while accentuating their body’s natural curves.

As a biological man crossdresser/transgender to be a woman, your aim should be to build the womanly curves that you do not naturally have while preventing your natural ‘manly’ muscles from growing.

We wrote this article to help you do this the easiest way possible. Here we have put together a list of 5 body-shaping exercises that will help you get a more feminine body as a crossdresser/transgender. If you have severe medical issues, please note that get the advice of a certified doctor or professional personal trainer before attempting any of these exercises.

With that out of the way, let us dive right in!

Cardio

Ever notice how slim and lean marathon runners are? Don’t worry, we aren’t asking you to run a marathon!

You can learn from them, though. Look into their diets and training and see how you can implement a beginner’s version of it into your daily schedule.

Marathon running is referred to as Steady State Cardio. This is because the intensity and pace remain steady throughout your run and your running distance tends to be longer.

The type of running you want to avoid is High-Intensity Interval Training. This training is more appropriate for sprinters. Men serious about their fitness ambitions love this type of training as it is a great way to build muscle and power in their bodies in short intervals of exercise. Serious muscle and power are the complete opposite of what you need to aim for as a crossdresser/transgender, so avoid this type of running!

Leg extensions

When we refer to a woman’s curves, we are talking about her hips and bum. No longer do beauty standards revolve around super skinny supermodels with eating disorders (thank God!). Wide hips and a plump bum are considered very attractive in this day and age. Therefore, it only makes sense that you should focus on exercises that help you achieve this if you want a more feminine body as a crossdresser/transgender.

Leg extensions help build your bum muscles, so you should aim to do this in every workout. To perform it:

  1. Go onto the floor on all fours.
  2. Fold your arms and rest on your elbows.
  3. Keep one knee on the floor while raising the other knee behind your body.
  4. Raise it as high as you can until the bottom of your foot is facing the ceiling.
  5. Bring the leg back down and switch to the resting leg.

Make sure to keep your abs and but tight and tense during the full range of this movement. You can do 3 to 5 rounds of this and keep going till you can’t raise your leg in each round.

Glute Bridge

The following exercise to focus on to achieve a more feminine body as a crossdresser/transgender is the glute bridge. Although squats are good exercises to build the bum muscles, they can also develop your leg muscles. As a biological man, you will most likely already have bigger leg muscles than a female, so our advice is to avoid squats and do glute bridges instead.

A glute bridge emphasizes focus on your bum while avoiding building your leg muscles. Lie on your back and bend your legs at the knees like you are about to do a sit-up to perform the movement. Your goal is to push your heels to the floor and raise your body at the hips. Make sure to squeeze your bum and abs throughout the movement.

Once you find it easy to perform this on the floor, you can rest your heels on a chair or your bed and raise your hips from there. Do this movement until you can’t anymore and repeat it for 3 to 5 rounds.

Ab exercises

Finally, you have your ab exercises. Having a flat tummy is considered attractive for both men and women. The first step to getting rid of your stomach fat is a good diet, but as we mentioned, this article isn’t about diet. The second step to shaping your stomach is through targeted ab exercises.

To target the side of your stomach, you need to perform ab exercises that target your obliques. To target the lower stomach fat, you need to focus on your lower abs. The respective exercises that do these are bicycle crunches and reverse crunches.

To perform a bicycle crunch, lay on your back and raise your knees to where your things are pointing straight to the ceiling (perpendicular to the floor). Raise your head and support it by folding your hands and placing your head on your palms. Your goal is to make your right elbow, and left knee connect above your stomach. Get as close as you can and come back down. Then alternate and touch your left elbow to your right knee. Keep doing this until your stomach hurts and you can’t anymore. Make sure you keep your abs tight throughout the movement.

To perform a reverse crunch, lay on your back and keep your arms by your side. Raise your legs until your feet are parallel to the ceiling. Your goal is to lower your legs as close to the ground as possible without actually touching it before lifting them back up to the top. Keep your abs tight and focus on using them to pull your legs back up. Make sure that your lower back remains flush to the floor. If your lower back comes off the floor, it means you have gone past the amount of weight your abs can handle.

Conclusion

Trying to achieve a female body while crossdressing can be difficult. It will take some effort on your part. The good news is that it isn’t very complicated. Follow the exercises mentioned in this article, and over time you will start to notice curves on your body that you never had before.

Remember to remain consistent without overdoing it. Stay healthy and hydrated during these exercises and aim to increase the intensity over a period of time and not do everything at once.

If you ever feel demotivated to workout, remind yourself why you started this in the first place. You want to look like the curvy, beautiful woman you were always meant to be when you put on your favourite dress and makeup. These exercises will help you do just that. So, keep pushing, keep persisting, and you’ll get there before you know it.

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One thought on “5 Easy exercises to get a more feminine body as a crossdresser / transgender

  1. Alex says:

    Great advice….Im a 66 yo crossdresser at home only and I try to workout every day. Im trying to get my weight down now and I need good advice. Thankyou. I really want to look very feminine

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