Push-ups are a simple yet effective exercise in reducing male breasts as they work only the muscles in that region. You can start with normal push-ups if you're not used to practicing them and move on to more difficult variations that rejected.
Inhalate in the initial position and breathe out as you bend your arms and go down to the floor. Just come down, so the garden almost touches the ground and then breathes up. Repeat this movement in three sets of 10 repetitions, three to four times a week.
To make a variation of this exercise, place your feet on a bench or one on a ladder, as in the case of rejected push-ups. So rest your arms on the floor wider than your shoulders and keep your body in a slanted position. Make three sets of 10 repetitions, three to four times a week.
Begin by determining the position of the hands on a bench. Lie down on the bench and pull the rod out of the stand without weight. Lower it slowly to the chest and notice where the forearms are, which should be as vertical as possible during the descent. The handle must be firm and comfortable on the rod during lifting and lowering.
You may want to start the light on the bar and develop gradually. Remember to keep your feet firmly planted on the floor and your knees bent at an 80 degree angle. Exhale as you pull the rod out of the cradle and collect your abdominal muscles. Inhale as you descend the bar to the sternum, causing it to float just above the center of the chest. Let it easily touch the chest area and prevent it from biting or touching the surface.