How To Lose Man Boobs Easily – Weapons You Can Use To Achieve Your Goal

Hi there

One thing I've found is that it takes a lot of convincing before most of my clients will take action. It's hard to believe that making small dietary changes like avoiding dairy and beef, and eating more greens like brocolli and romaine lettuce can significantly reduce the size of your chest.

It becomes even harder to believe when you start making these changes and don't see any results whatsoever for a good week or two!

I often have to physically bring in one of my old successful clients to tell my new clients 'Yeh man it works! Just stick to the plan!'

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Successful man-boob reduction depends on the CONSISTENT application of scientifically and clinically proven methods.

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I decided to get you onto my Man Boobs Inner-Circle so I can provide you with more help, more evidence and more motivation to get you started.

I also want to provide you with new information on man-boob reduction as it becomes available.

So let's move onto today's discussion…

The 2 Reasons Why Most Guys Will NEVER Lose Their Man Boobs

One reason is a lot of guys are consistently applying the WRONG techniques. They might be doing push-ups every day for example.

If you've read How to Lose Man Boobs Naturally, then you're unlikely to make that mistake. But here's where YOU will likely go wrong…

You will apply the RIGHT techniques but you won't be motivated ENOUGH to apply these techniques consistently or for long enough to see results.

Now this may or may not happen to you, but it DOES happen to the vast majority of people trying to lose man boobs, trying to lose weight or trying to reach almost any other long term goal.

So How DO You Get Motivated To ENSURE That You Succeed?

Well I dedicated a whole chapter in How To Lose Man Boobs Naturally on how to get motivated. But there's always more to learn when it comes to motivation.

Here's a concept that will really help you out:

Competition, The Fear Of Loss And Public Accountability

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Studies have shown that people who publicly announce their goal, are MUCH more likely to achieve it, due to a fear of humiliation and a desire to impress.

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This is supported by real weight-loss figures, for example, those taken from one of the most popular diet and exercise tracking websites, DailyBurn.

Random 500-people samples taken from DailyBurn indicate that those who compete against others in "challenges" end up losing an average of 5.9 pounds more than those who don't compete at all.

Announcing your goals in public is HUGE. Whether you do this or not can quite easily be the difference between you losing your man boobs and keeping them for the rest of your life.

It's easy to tell everyone you know that you plan on losing weight, but telling your friends and family you want to lose your man boobs is a whole different matter. The vast majority of the people who supposedly care about you, will burst out laughing. They can't seem to help it.

That's where the internet comes in. Go and get a free account at http://dailyburn.com/. Make your goals public and let everyone know you mean business.

Another good resource is a good weight-loss forum. Here's one I joined in the past: http://weight-loss.fitness.com/. I highly advise you post your before pictures there. Get to know the people on that forum and give them regular updates on your progress. You'll find that they're all extremely helpful and supportive.

In case you're wondering, I have no affiliation with either of the above services. They're just useful tools that I used myself in my old days of man boobs misery. I also recommend them to my clients, many of whom use them to great success.

If you're too shy, you don't have to use your real name or show your face in the pictures. I never did. I only showed my face in my 'after' pictures, and I wasn't ashamed of those one bit.

So get out there, make some friends, get some weight-loss partners and get the competition going. There are few other motivating factors more powerful than competition, the fear of loss and public accountability.

To your success

Garry Davidson