Spot reducing the pecs is nigh impossible because you need the triceps and shoulders to help you out. A daily regiment of push ups is helpful alonng with weekly chest exercises to include Bench Press (flat, inclined & declined) and flyes.
Not to mention eating right.
USING SP TO HELP YOU KEEP TRACK OF WEIGHT LOSs, CALORIE INTAKE AND EXERCISE "IS" THE SHORTCUT!!!!!! sTOP TRYING TO CONSUME A MAGIC WEIGHTLOSS PILL, OY!
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I've learned that you can't "spot" reduce. Sooooooo it's all about the weight loss! :)
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Man these are the WORST! I used to have reasonably well defined pecs and now that I've gained weight I think I have a B cup!
I agree with those saying that losing weight is the answer, probably followed by using weight lifting to regain the muscle lost!
I agree with ERICWS, you need to start cutting some of the fat. I'm not sure what your diet is now but the cleaner you eat the better. I would start with liquids only water and green teas and up your protein so you dont loose too much muscle while cutting.
I have a meaty chest and since I started lifting it has reshaped into meaty pecs. I have an open cleavage but found out it's called deep chest and its from doing havy bench press and my pecs firming up and rounding out therefore creating a "valley" between my pecs, LOL!
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