To solve this, you will have to take a look and analyze the subject for yourself.
If it is simply fat on your chest, your chest will be soft to the touch and will feel just like excess fat in any other area of your body.
If you are overweight, you probably have normal fat deposits throughout your body, and that also includes the area of ??your chest, this is the main sign that the problem, total or main, is fat and excess fat bodily.
Now, if it were gynecomastia, things will look and feel a little different.
First of all, instead of feeling soft and “undulating” like normal body fat, that excess tissue in the chest will feel harder and firmer to the touch.
Second, it is likely that this tissue is more concentrated around the nipple area and may have a more “swollen” appearance. It can even feel like a nearly hard mass, almost like a lump.
Third, because gynecomastia is caused by a hormonal imbalance, it is likely to occur at certain ages, as I mentioned earlier. If you are in your teens, or you are over 40, this also increases the likelihood that gynecomastia comes into play.
As I said before, in most cases, male breasts are simply the result of an excess of fatty tissue that has accumulated over time due to poor nutritional habits and lack of exercise.
Under these circumstances your general levels of body fat have increased, and a part of it has ended up in your chest. It’s that easy.
And if that is the case, then getting rid of those “male breasts” is just a matter of reversing these bad habits through a properly structured and consistently applied training and nutrition plan. In summary, you should have:
1 Proper nutrition along with some Cardio sessions per week will help you gradually burn the fat from your chest, which will eliminate that soft, droopy appearance.
2 An adequate weight training plan, including certain press exercises and openings, performed 1 or 2 times a week, will favor the development of your pectoral muscles with which you can achieve a harder and more defined appearance.
Now, the key to keep in mind here is the following …
There is no way to specifically focus on the loss of fat from an exact area of ??your body. And this we already saw in that article where he explained HOW TO TONE THE BODY?
In other words, the only way to lose fat in the chest area, is to focus on losing fat throughout the body as a whole.
As you dedicate yourself to the right training and proper nutrition, over time, your body fat percentage will decrease and you will lose fat from everywhere, including your chest.
The bottom line is that any training program you see designed exclusively to “get rid of male breasts” is really a basic program of body fat loss.