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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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Thread: fat on chest

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    fat on chest

    Has anyone got any hints or tips on how i can get rid of excess fat on my chest.
    I've been training for about 6 months now and am seeing some gains. I've always had trouble with developing my chest.
    i know that a lot of it is to do with genes etc... but i dont have much fat on my body apart from when i do it goes on my chest and looks S@#t!!! and looks out of proportion.
    Im training harder than i ever had and seeing good developments apart from my lagging fat chest.
    Anyone got any advice apart from SURGERY!!!!
    Cheers
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    Reduce BF%.

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    If you are trying to decrease your chest fat, you will have to decrease overall bf as well, as defcon mentioned. What is your current bf%? You might consider using a product such as Lipoderm-Ultra or Skulpt, which are topical fat loss products. These products would have to be used in conjunction with diet that is below maintenance calories.

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    yeah man thats the only way to do it theres no real way you can just decrease fat over one area. Good luck

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    Originally posted by ChampionLifter8
    yeah man thats the only way to do it theres no real way you can just decrease fat over one area. Good luck
    Actually you can spot reduce fat using the products I mentioned above.

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    sorry i read that wrong man. I didnt no you can acually do that. How does that stuff acually sculpt an acually area??

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    My current BF % is about 16 but i am quite lean but its just the lower chest what has fat!
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    Originally posted by ChampionLifter8
    sorry i read that wrong man. I didnt no you can acually do that. How does that stuff acually sculpt an acually area??
    By the localized delivery of yohimbine. Sure there is much more to it than that, but that is the short answer.

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    championlifter8 can you make your sig shorter... there is etiquette even on forums. It takes up the amount that 5-6 posts would take

    try reducing the font size or organize it so it goes from left to right insted of top to bottom.
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