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Help me /fit/, I have pubertal gynecomastia.. It shows through every single shirt I wear, and means I can't take my shirt off in front of others, EVER. It's super embarrassing and I always feel like people are staring at me and making fun of me for it.
>I don't have the type where you have a big lump behind your normal looking nipples, it's where I have a smallish lump behind, and the nipples are very tender, big and puffy.
>when will it disappear?
>how can I get rid of it without surgery
>how can I cover it up?
>and fuck that "50% of teens get gyno" statistic, i haven't seen one other kid with it ever in my life...
>mfw i'm depressed because of something I have no control over :'(
Beginner's Exercise Routine
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Okay, so I started really going to the gym this year. I started on Feburary 1st and have been pretty consistent so far. I've been somewhat happy with the results so far (arm's have grown, notice a clear improvement in stamina... still not very happy about my weight however and it's been I had been doing 3 days of lifting based on this stripped 5x5 in the sticky post and 2 days of cardio (sometimes swimming and stairs; mostly elliptical and rowing)
I think I am okay with the lifting routine, but I am thinking about doing an additional day of cardio/weight loss and doing this interval bike training I have read about: http://lifehacker.com/5989669
Anyone have much experience with this? Frankly, I dislike working out very much and am only doing it because I respect and understand the benefits of taking care of your body. Anytime I can save from having to be at a gym = positive for me. That being said, I do not want to compromise over a gimmick. Just want to hear input from you guys about this