how to get defined cheekbones for men

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simms11
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okay so its been a year since i've started going gym. i used to be skinny but now i've put on a bit of muscle. the only issue is that i've gained a bit of weight within my face.
my question is if anyone knows how to add definition within the cheeks for me?

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I guess getting a more refined cheeks would involve losing fat from your face, but if you are building muscle you are adding weight. Perhaps include some sort of cardio / fat loss exercise, and many some sort of head exercises? I don't honestly know though. May your cheeks are just the way they are mainly due to the underlying bone structure etc. and not much can be done ?? :confused:
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You need to build the maxillary muscles by doing some weighted chews. Try chomping on some second hand mattress springs...

...but seriously. Defined cheekbones are a consequence of overall leanness. If you want to look really lean in the face you simply have to lose some fat. If you want your face all sucked the **** up then you have to get quite lean. Simplez.
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I pretty you either lose your overall weight ( you cant pick where you want to lose) or plastic surgery
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lol head exercises. headbanging came into mind!

Errm, i've changed my diet since, eating a lot of lean meats, fruit, fish, and I've noticed a change in my body, especially from the weight loss from my face!

I also cut out a lot of protein which bulks you up, adding muscle mass and generally making you more stocky, but because you're going gym every now and then, you need to include a lot of protein in your diet, in order to replenish old muscle with new.

But yeah, eating lean meats, fruit and fish, you should notice a change.

(You have to take this into consideration as well) There is only so much fat you can lose from your face, as your bone structure acts as a limiting factor.
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I generally think things like weights and sprinting will help with face definition due to all the HGH released. Then you have just got to be lean, but obviously bulk first and get some muscle...get lean and then lean bulk.
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ok thanks to those who gave serious answers... the rest really need to consider getting a life
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Try some serious chomping pal. Also every now and then work your mouth in thst sense where your causing strain on your cheek bones (open mouth wide as possible and leaving like that for a while and keep repeating the process) that circulates a lot of blood especially in the strained area.
It worked for me.
All the best pal
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1. Get good genetics.

2. Get low body fat
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Build up your jaw muscles by taking eccies

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