Side Man Bobs

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  • #18189
    Anthony Rios
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    so, I’ve been working out for about 1-1/2 yr now and one thing I hate is my side man boobs. what would you suggest I do? I’ve noticed I’m losing the tit figure in the front lol but the sides don’t seem to be..please help me out. I’ve always been a stocky guy with a big chest due to asthma I think? just to give you an idea on what I’m dealing with. I’ve tried powerlifting and targeted my higher back hoping it would pull up my sides but no luck

    #18201
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I’m not quite sure what you are asking. Are you referring to gynocemastia or is it just excess fat you are seeing on that area?

    #18203
    Anthony Rios
    Participant

    excess fat on the sides

    #18204
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    #18203REPLY | QU

    Okay, in that case it pretty much comes down to just losing fat in general. Spot reduction isn’t a complete myth but I think it’s going to be much less efficient way compared to just getting leaner overall.

    May I ask what are your current stats?

    #18208
    Anthony Rios
    Participant

    280 lbs and I’m 5’6, this photo was taken about 3 months ago

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    #18211
    BryceBahm
    Participant

    You just need time to drop body fat. It’s the honest truth

    #18213
    Anthony Rios
    Participant

    You just need  to drop body fat. It’s the honest truth

    do I stop lifting and focus more on cardio?

    #18214
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    do I stop lifting and focus more on cardio?

    No, by all means keep lifting as well. That’s gonna help you to hold on to that muscle you’ve got under the fluff + it’s also gonna burn some extra calories.

    #18242
    BryceBahm
    Participant

    Having tissue / putting in tissue / breaking down tissue is very energy expensive. The worst thing you do is stop training.

    #18343
    Joe
    Keymaster

    KEEP TRAINING. You just need to follow some sort of structured/measured nutrition plan that keeps you in a deficit daily. Then adhere to it. If you haven’t already, use the site/app’s diet calculator. It’s simple, easy and will help you keep your cals/macros where the need to be to drop body fat

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