If you’re sick of your chubby cheeks and double chin, and want to know how to lose face fat fast, then you want to read this article.
Face fat can be slightly baffling.
You can be fairly lean, with decent muscle definition and even a nice set of absunderneath your shirt, and still see double chins in every picture.
Why? And what the hell can you do about it?
Well, I have good and bad news.
Let’s eat the frog first:
There are no amount of face stretches or exercises that you can do to slim your mug. Unfortunately, there’s no magic bullet or quick fix.
Now the good news:
You absolutely can lose face fat, and it’s easier than you probably think.
I can’t promise that you’ll get that superhero jaw or those superheroine cheekbones, but if you feel your face is too fat, there is something you can do about it.
So, let’s dive in and find out why some people’s faces seem disproportionately fat when compared to the rest of their bodies, and how to get leaner, more chiseled features.
Table of Contents
- Why Is My Face Fat and His/Hers Isn’t?
- How to Lose Face Fat
- 1. Use an aggressive (but not reckless) calorie deficit.
- 2. Eat a high-protein diet.
- 3. Do a lot of heavy compound weightlifting.
- 4. Use high-intensity interval training to burn fat faster.
- 5. Take fat loss supplements that actually work.
- 3 to 6 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight per day
- 0.1 to 0.2 milligrams of yohimbine per kilogram of bodyweight before training.
- 1 to 2 servings of my fat burner PHOENIX per day.
- The Bottom Line on Losing Face Fat
- What’s your take on losing face fat? Have anything else to share? Let me know in the comments below!
Your face is fat for one or both of the following reasons:
- Your body fat percentage is too high.
- Your facial structure and genetics predispose your face to roundness (like me).
The first reason is obvious.
Most of the fat in your body is stored just beneath the skin, and is distributed in varying degrees throughout every area, including parts that most people don’t think of, like the face, fingers, and feet.
Most of us have subtle facial features, so it doesn’t take much fat to mask them. This is why we have to get pretty lean before we see noticeable changes in our facial appearance.