I’m going to tell you my story because I’ll bet you can relate to it. It doesn’t matter how young/old you are, or how big/small your man boobs are. Anyone who struggles with any form of man boobs will know what I’m talking about.
And I will do more than just tell you my story. If you read my story to the end (it won’t be online for long), I will give you…
If you’re like most guys, you’ve probably been racking your brains over this for years. Or decades like me.
I remember the first time I had to take my shirt off in public. I was in the 7th grade. We were in the locker room after football practice. Everyone had taken off their shirts before they entered the locker room.
Man boobs were rare back in the day, and I was the only one who had them. All the other guys had perfectly flat chests. Heck, even the fat guys had flat chests
Unfortunately the guys had already seen my man boobs, bouncing up and down on the field. It wasn’t long before one of the guys – Pete. Whose name I’ll never forget. Came up to me and started teasing me about my ‘bitch tits’.
Soon enough I was the laughing stock of the locker room. The kids at my school never took me seriously again.
And I was so sore the next day, that I couldn’t go into school. But the real truth was that I was too embarrassed.
For the next 30 years I lived a life of misery. Maybe some of the following points will sound familiar to you:
Thankfully, I’m not a guy who quits easy. For almost 30 years I tried everything under the sun. I tried every different type of exercise you can think of:
I also tried every diet that was out there. In those years of mastering the art of diet and exercise, I mastered the art of losing weight. But the trouble was that…
So I decided to try taking pills and supplements. Being as crazy as I am, I tried every pill that offered any theoretical possibility of getting rid of man boobs (shhh even some that weren’t strictly legal).
The results weren’t that great. My man boobs were a little smaller, but they were still there. My doctor told me it was ‘post-surgical swelling’. He told me it would go away in a few weeks, and yeh, you guessed it.
5 years after my surgery I still had man boobs. On my 40th birthday I decided to throw in the towel. I decided to give up. And you know what?
Well I’ll tell you what happened after I tell you what I did… Read more…