Whenever we skinny guys gain fat there is a tendency to put on first on our belly and face. And when this happens we are labeled as Skinny fat.
You are only 16, and the more you worry about the fat on your face, more trouble you will have gaining muscle. As the fear of gaining fat while gaining muscle will not allow you to gain effectively.
During the bulk period, a bit of fat gain is acceptable. So if you gain 10-15lbs of muscle in few months time, around 4 to 5lbs of fat gain is ok. Being a beginner you can do better than that, provided that you eat a clean diet and workout regularly.
More muscle you gain, better you will look, and trust me when I say this: Your face will take care itself.
How many fat cells you have in which body part is genetically determined. You will notice many people have a thin face, yet are fat otherwise. This is because they have fewer fat cells on their face! The structure of your facial bones also determines the overall look. Many people have a round face, while others have an angular face with high cheek bones. So even if they have face fat, it doesn’t show much.
Forget about spot reduction i.e. reducing fat from face, belly, hands or any particular area, and focus on simply reducing your overall body fat. To look your best, you need to be around 12% body fat.
Going below 12% requires you to be extremely disciplined with your diet and workouts. In the end, it all depends on your preference and how you want to look.
In the picture below: I wanted to have a thin face, and worked my ass off to take my body fat to around 6%, and didn’t had much muscle to show either:(
In the picture below, I gained tons of body fat (around 26% ) Notice how drastically my face changed!
And finally, in the picture below my body fat is 8-9%:
Just for comparison sake: The face automatically gets angular.
I workout 2 to 3 times a week with weights, I eat clean home made food 80% of the time, 20% of the time I enjoy pizzas, pasta, drinking socially, eat desserts, buffets, and cheesecakes:)
Although I don’t endorse the idea of spot reduction, I do have a friend who went crazy eating chewing gums and he, in fact, did lose some fat from his face. Whenever I saw him he was chewing gum, and honestly, I would never do something like that to achieve results, haha!
The best way to have a jawline is to gain some muscle and be in the ideal body fat range ( around 10-12% ) and let your body take care of the rest.
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