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    chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    Hi there -

    New to the site and thought this forum a good place to post a question in regard to "man boobs".

    I've suffered with this thing on my chest for far too long. It subsumes my self-esteem and my attention; when looking in the mirror, my boob-like protrusions inflect deep seated body disgust. I pay zero attention to other areas of my body. My face, nope. My stomach, nope. All my attention goes strait to my totally feminine, my decidedly emasculated chest.

    Though I've never had a personal trainer, I do workout regularly. Typically I go for cardio equipment - the elliptical and stair-master are a staple - and mix in weight stuff along the way. I'm leery to work out my chest too much however. It seems to only expand w/added muscle mass beneath my pecs...or at least that's what I fear will happen.

    So, any help would be greatly appreciated. And I hope this isn't a topic already addressed somewhere in the form. Sifted through past posts but didn't see this question/topic specifically.

    Thanks again!

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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    I am having the same problem too. I'm not even fat, I'm 100lbs but my chest is just weird.

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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    I suspect the difference between male and female body types is not really very large and is artificially exagerrated . You have breasts that seem too large to you , and the average woman has to shave her legs .

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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    I too have struggled with the dreaded manboob since I fattened up in primary school. I've been working out since 2003 and nothing really helped.

    I recently bought a house and with all the commotion I didn't get to gym in probably 6 months. While I'm not exactly fat, I have a lot of flubber leftover from my fat years and so it was easy to see that I'd lost muscle and put on fat.

    I started a new workout I bought on the next that encouraged interval training: hop on a treadmill for 15 minutes, alternating 90 seconds of walking with 30 seconds of sprinting, or a different ratio (I do 7 sprints total in 15 minutes, 3 of which are 60:60). The idea supposedly is that alternating the intensity is much better at fat burning. And a reminder of course that you can't choose where you lose fat.

    It's been 1.5 months and I have lost considerable size in my man boobs. I'm wearing singlets again that I'd felt horrible in for months. Yes, I'm doing a chest workout roughly twice a week, but I think it's the interval training that's finally getting the job done.

    This is the workout if you're interested. I've been doing measurements every fortnight and getting great results, though I've still got another 5 months or so left. It kinda looks like a scam from the website, but the advice and workout plan are solid and the followup support (extra videos and material) has been top notch.

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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    There's a couple of older threads on the issue- called gynecomastia.

    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/show...34&postcount=4

    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/show...69&postcount=2

    In general, there's two types of gynecomastia-
    • Breast tissue that is ordinary fat that will decrease with exercise/weight loss or
    • Breast tissue that is more fibrous and doesn't show much decrease with overall weight loss. The second type generally has to be removed surgically
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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    Get examined to see if it is fat or breast tissue, if it is fat then you have something to work with.

    For myself, pecs, love handles and abs are the hardest place to tone away the fat. I have decent abs and pecs, just covered in a bit of fat, kinda looks like a tubby belly but hard haha, since I've started toning the fat off they are starting to develop though.

    If you do workout and you end up with developed pectorals, even slightly, are you going to have an issue with them? because I can tell you now, I have pecs and they are just really like having man-boobs.

    I do occasionally feel self concious about having pecs that protrude and are quite visible, will you be the same if you focus on this area?

    Anyways, enough mumbo jumbo, if you want to target that area, get your personal trainer to organize some high intensity weight training that works out your pecs, it will be painful, but it is one of the best ways of burning fat around. A good high intensity weight session can continue to burn fat long after you've completed your workout. Just remember the diet goes hand in hand with this to rebuild your muscles.

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    Re: chest fat - aka "man boobs"

    Years ago I had bad gynecomastia and went to a cosmetic surgeon to get the tissue removed through lipo. It was rather expensive .4K'ish if I recall because it was an in hospital full sedation outpatient procedure, not in office. I was terrified of hearing all the stuff going on. But it worked really well. Got rid of a LOT, but he said I might have to come back to get it cleaned up once it healed and the swelling went down. He was right. The vast majority of it went away but there was still a little angry little area that stuck out at the bottom right along the nipple line. Looks bad compared to the rest of the chest, which I'll admit is not amazing, but not huge and unsightly as it once was.

    Then I gained a lot of weight (med related) and the chest was no exception. Switched meds and now I've lost the vast majority of it and the chest is back to where it was pre-surgery but that damned little area is still sticking out and is not going away. For me, I think I have to go back to him to have it taken care of. Not looking forward to it or the price tag, but it's about self image and that's one big black spot on my looks department. I doubt it will be as expensive this time since it's a MUCH smaller area compared to the mess it was before and I'll probably have it done in office under a local, instead of completely out. I think I can handle it this time.

    But that's just me and genetics. For some it's just fat. Might want to consult a Dr to see what that tissue really is.
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