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Right off the bat, you can't reduce fat from any particular part of your body. Spot reduction is a myth. Most of the chest exercises you're looking at will build your chest proportionally. In general, the more inclined a movement (closer to over your head), the higher the pec area will be used. The more declined the movement is, like in dips, the lower the ...
There are a few exercises I would recommend for such a problem. Check these out: Chest Flys Incline Dumbell Press Bench Press Cable Crossovers These suggestions are what worked for this guy, as well as some breathing exercises. I recommend you go check him out here: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=148765303 Good luck!
1) You can't spot reduce. Your body stores fat all over (and inside) of you in a ratio that's tied to your DNA. There's nothing you can do to target fat in any particular area. 2) You should get evaluated on your "moobs" to determine if you have gynecomastia (nicknamed: gyno ... like guy-no). 3) Most of your body fat deposits have to do with how much you ...
Be careful with too much bench pressing if you have a job where you arms are outstretched all day as you may end up with rounded shoulders.
Do a balanced program, meaning, train your back as much as your chest and shoulders. Do high volume chest exercises e.g. Dumbbell or Barbell Bench press, weight push ups and dips, you should at least be bench pressing 1.2xbw before changing it up for something. Train higher volume with medium intensity.
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