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How To Lose Upper Body Fat Around Your Chest

If you need to lose upper body fat around your chest, then this will be one of the most important articles you'll ever read.

Here's why.  In this article I'm going to show you a very simple way to lose chest fat and get more tone in your upper body.

Should you choose to follow what I say, then you can begin seeing results in only two weeks!

So pay very close attention here.

Upper body fat is different from the fat around your waist. Typically, waistline fat is abnormal... caused by hormonal malfunction in the body from eating heavily process food.

The only way to truly fix this abnormal body fat is with a shift in your diet.

But the fat around your chest area generally needs more of a "toning approach".

Here's what I mean.  People with lots of excess upper body weight around their chest area typically suffer from a severe case of underdeveloped pectoral muscles.  This leads to a "saggy" looking appearance.

It simply comes from lack of use.

While the legs constantly get used all the time walking and running... do to office jobs and other lifestyle factors, the chest muscles of most people almost never get used heavily.

Bottom line here is...

If you want to lose upper body fat, then you must begin to stress your chest muscles.  You must use them.

And one of the single greatest ways to do this is with weight lifting.

What you want to do is work-out your upper body at least three days per week.  The best exercises for developing these muscles are bench press, incline press, and dumbbell flys.

Truth is, while it sounds almost too easy, if all you did was focus on those "core" lifts, you could notice excellent results within just two weeks.

So here's a super basic example of an upper body weight lifting routine that has helped many people lose upper body fat and get more tone...

Day #1:

- Bar bench press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Bar incline press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Dumbbell fly  (3 sets of 12 reps)

Day #2:

- Dumbbell bench press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Dumbbell incline press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Dumbbell fly  (3 sets of 12 reps)

Day #3:

- Bar bench press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Dumbbell incline press  (3 sets of 12 reps)

- Dumbbell fly  (3 sets of 12 reps)

So that is just a very basic example.

You could begin on Monday as day one, Wednesday as day two and Friday as day three.

That's it.  Then rest until Monday comes around again and go through the routine again.  Make sure to use a weight that you can perform at least twelve repetitions with.

You do NOT need to make this over-complicated here.

The main thing we are trying to do is simply put these chest muscles to work.  And from what I've seen, this is one of the best ways to lose upper body fat and get tone.

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