Hey guys I have started do more daily exercise and have already lost 20 pounds in about 2 months. But with all that progress made i still cant seem to get rid of my man boobs. I have tried the basic bench press to at least get them into shape but i have seen little progress. I was wondering if anybody know of any other work outs or exercises that will help.

Thanks,

Ezequiel

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What's your current weight and height? That's a good place to start.

Weight is 173 pounds and Height is 5,8

Your weight is still a little up there.  I say continue on with your exercises and watch what you eat.

What do you do anyways exercise wise?

I start off with a 20 minute run and then one hour workout which includes kettleball, bench press, calf raisers, several dumbell exercises, Crunches, planks, and Pushups. Sometimes I switch out some of the exercises for others.

Mine are already firming up, after only about 2 weeks of inclined pushups and 2 sessions of bench press with an empty bar.

 

How is your form?  Doing the exercise correctly is important.

how do inclined push ups look like? And I would say my form is pretty good in my opinion. I learned everything myself so maybe I could be doing something wrong.

There are no shortcuts.  Keep working.

Your history sounds like mine, ERC. I'm the same height and have lost 15 pounds in the last month and a half. I'm down to 172 pounds. My moobs have gotten smaller, I'm happy to say. We have another 10 pounds to go before they disappear.

I feel sorry for guys with man boobs. Those things are disgusting and I am sure the ladies are not liking that.

http://i.imgur.com/Q0w3GWz.gif

We loves it!

Depending on your body type the boobs can be the last thing to go. My bother in law lost close to 80 pounds training to join the police force. Sadly hes still has man boob. But if you can drop the body fat and tack on some decent chest muscle they will go away. Just be prepared it can take some time

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