The exercises to lose pectoral fat special for men will help you to reduce fat from the area of ??the stomach as well as to strengthen your pectoral muscles. In addition to the other exercises that are specifically aimed at your abs, your chest and your pectorals, it is important to perform cardiovascular exercises to reduce your body weight, as well as to improve your cardiovascular health in general.
This exercise is designed to reduce the fat in your chest as well as to strengthen and tone your upper abdominal muscles and your back. Lie on your chest with your arms on both sides of your body and your legs fully extended. Bend your arms with your elbows and recharge your hands on the floor and approximately at the height of your shoulders. Tighten the muscles of your chest and lift your body with your hands until your chest reaches a 45 degree angle in relation to the floor. Hold this position as long as you can before relaxing.
Running will improve your cardiovascular health and generally reduce your body fat. When you run at a constant rate of eight miles per hour, you may be burning around 900 to 1400 calories per hour. While running it is important that you maintain a constant step to be able to reduce weight efficiently. Although running will not only reduce the fat in your chest. Yes it will help you to burn the fat of your whole body evenly, which indirectly will help you reduce the amount that accumulates in your chest.
Exercise “cat-camel” (cat-camel)
This exercise is designed to reduce the fat in your chest, as well as to strengthen and tone the muscles in your back and pectorals. Get on your knees so that the tips of your feet touch the floor. In this position, tighten the muscles of your chest and arch your spine up. Hold this position for 15 seconds before exhaling and returning to your original position. From here, relax your stomach and let it fall towards the floor. At the same time, gather your shoulder blades and keep them that way for 10 to 15 seconds.
Bench press (Bench press)
This exercise is designed to strengthen your pectoral muscles and help you reduce the fat in your chest. Sit on a bench leaning your weight against the bar. Then, put both hands on the bar, making sure to keep them at a regular distance. Using a basic grappling technique, pull the bar and bring it slowly to your chest. Continue to lower it until it practically touches your chest. Hold this position for a couple of seconds before raising it again, until your arms are fully extended again. Do about six to about eight repetitions before resting.