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Will losing weight get rid of my fat pad

I’ve had what you might call a lifestyle change in the last three months, cutting candy, soda and fast food from my diet, and generally eating really healthy, and I’ve lost about 40 pounds. In the same time frame I’ve also taken up PE and I’ve seen some nice gains, if I am to believe the ruler. The problem is, however, that my fat pad is really large (1-1.2 inches), and it doesn’t appear to have gotten any smaller from losing weight.

I’m about 5’10 tall and weigh in at 211 pounds, and I realize I’m still overweight, but will getting a lower body fat percentage eventually reduce or get rid of my fat pad, or is that area more tricky than the rest of the body? Does anyone have any experience with this? I really don’t want to consider surgery, but such a large fat pad is really annoying when the ruler tells me I have an above average penis, it just doesn’t look like it.

I tried searching for “fat pad”, but the words weren’t long enough, so I didn’t find any threads with the same topic. I saw another thread in the Newbie forum regarding how the fat pad might affect jelqing, but I figured this is another topic, I hope that’s okay. If I don’t get any replies, I guess I’ll update this thread in X months, when I reach my ideal weight, to tell you how the weight loss effected my fat pad.

The fat pad is the first to grow and the last to shrink. You have the right idea in cutting calories; just be patient. Whatever you do, and it doesn’t sound like you will, don’t do situps and crunches thinking that will ‘isolate’ the fat in that area. That’s just a horrible myth. Good luck.


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Yep, like already said: “first on, last off” And it will be the very last thing. Magazines will say “loose your gut in 6 weeks”.that is all BS. You have to do a full work out and when you get down to just the stubborn areas, it will come down to working like you have or going in over drive (which could just be frustrating and burn you out).

I sometimes thing that it I ever get out of hand.and I’m able to burn everything off except the last few inches.I might just reward myself with some lipo. Just because I have proven that I am keeping to a solid routine and will continue. But then again, I’d have to be there to make that call.

Keep with it though.And start reading in some of the workout forums like BodyBuilding.com.they my be annoying at times, but you will still get some ideas to bring you to where you want to be (even if it is not some super cut model).

Thanks! I guess I’ll just keep doing what I was doing and be patient. I probably should have mentioned in the original post that I’ve also started hitting the gym, and I know that reducing fat in a specific area with targeted exercises doesn’t work, but thanks for pointing it out anyway.

Edit: RocketX, thanks, I’ll take a look at that site. Imagining how my body will look when I reach my goals always gives me a boost in motivation, and it’s nice to find some inspiration.


Last edited by Blackbird : 04-08-2009 at .

Yeah as said the spot reduction of fat really isn’t possible.

Your height and weight really isn’t the issue, rather your body fat percetage and you seem to know that and are clued-up on that.

It depends on the body type you want, if just skinny, good diet and loads of cardio exercise, running, cycling, etc.

If you want a more toned figure with lean muscle, much more difficult I’m afraid. You’ll need a good diet, do cardio, do weights and do things in the right proportion. You’ll probably have to bulk and then cut to get the final sort of shape you want, so I’d search the net for that.

I’m 6ft and about 75kg @ 14% bodyfat, do three weights sessions per week and 2-3 cardio sessions with a bulk diet. I’m still bulking and want to hit around 80-85kg in the next few months, then it is a cut to reduce body fat to the elusive <10% without losing all the muscle I have gained.

Of late I’ve been reading up on keto diets, they seem to give quite remarkable results for fat loss, it is where essentially you re-program your body to use fat to burn fat by consuming very little carbs. I wouldn’t say jump into it, but do read around and see if it is for you. Also join us on the bodybuilding forum here at thunders.


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thanks for htat advice Ruz,I know it’s not my thread but I have the same problema s the original poster.

Man it’s hard shifting that fat after years of being sedentary :(


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Originally Posted by kooljohn
thanks for htat advice Ruz,I know it’s not my thread but I have the same problema s the original poster.

Man it’s hard shifting that fat after years of being sedentary :(

True John. I’m no expert, but it isn’t a few weeks job.

Key is find some cardio you love, it could be running, swimming, cycling, tennis, whatever.

Personally I wanted an activity to do on my own, I found running too harsh on my joints but when I tired cycling I found I loved it. I stick my ipod on low and enjoy the fresh air on quiet roads. It isn’t a chore to me, but something I enjoy as a hobby.

I also found as I eat less junk my tastes buds changed and I don’t really miss swete things, although I do have a nice treat now and then, makes it all the better tasting.


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Originally Posted by RocketX
I sometimes thing that it I ever get out of hand.and I’m able to burn everything off except the last few inches.I might just reward myself with some lipo. Just because I have proven that I am keeping to a solid routine and will continue. But then again, I’d have to be there to make that call.

If you get to the last few inches why give up and go the surgical route? If you lost the weight up till then, what’s a few more pounds? Just think of how weird your crotch would look if you did get lipo, but later regained even a little of the weight.. Having a weird skinny crotch surrounded by fatty midsection would make me more self conscious than my fat pad ever has.

I am myself working on losing weight (and hopefully my fat pad at the end), I still have a long way to go, but I’m not standing still. I am putting my time in at the gym, both weight lifting and a lot of cardio. I do a lot of abs exercises, especially for the lower abs because if I have to have a fat pad, at least it will be surrounded by muscle! :D Plus, once I lose my gut, I won’t have a 6 pack, I”ll have an 8 pack, haha!

Basically, at least for my body, the stomach and pubic area is the first place I put on fat, and the last place it comes off. This agrees with the previous wisdom in this thread.

Originally Posted by richardfitswell
If you get to the last few inches why give up and go the surgical route?

The reason I say that.because I watched for years as my dad, whom was extremely active and athletic when in his 40’s (and now runs circles around people while 55 with people in there 40’s) struggle to loose that little bit of jelly that always lined the surface. I mean, he could work his ass off, cut caffeine, no ice cream, and ride his road bike 60 miles every-other-day and do heavy free weights; all this and he would still have that little bit of cottage cheese while the rest of his body was rubber-band tight.

This went on for years. Now, I’m in my early 30’s and I see that little layer there. I’m sure I could loose it, and I’d be happy to give it my all to get back to that carved statue body I had when I was 25, but if it came down to me having been at the level the OP is referring, I think it is a just and fitting reward to finish off that final layer that might be impossible.

I can’t back it up with the facts, but it seems like the human body can only go so far till it hits that zone where it is not going to go beyond unless you start going the unmaintainable extreme route.

When you hear about “fat cells never disappearing, only shrinking”, I find it perfectly acceptable to zap them away so that they don’t have a chance to fluff out again. I think if my father could have lipo-ed them out at 45 years old, he would have never gotten those things back again and kept that Men’s Health cover body that he was so close to getting for another decade or more. It was a wall he would not break down, no matter how many fads and headline pop gimmicks would be tossed at it.

If the OP can prove that he has gone the distance and kept with the life-style for a few years, then I say kick the nail in and finish it. He’ll only end up getting frustrated at something that might be physiologically impossible to overcome with the last inch or two. But I have no doubts that the other 10 inches can come off with is own effort though.

Wow, that was long winded. *Sorry*

Originally Posted by RocketX
The reason I say that.because I watched for years as my dad, whom was extremely active and athletic when in his 40’s (and now runs circles around people while 55 with people in there 40’s) struggle to loose that little bit of jelly that always lined the surface. I mean, he could work his ass off, cut caffeine, no ice cream, and ride his road bike 60 miles every-other-day and do heavy free weights; all this and he would still have that little bit of cottage cheese while the rest of his body was rubber-band tight.

This went on for years. Now, I’m in my early 30’s and I see that little layer there. I’m sure I could loose it, and I’d be happy to give it my all to get back to that carved statue body I had when I was 25, but if it came down to me having been at the level the OP is referring, I think it is a just and fitting reward to finish off that final layer that might be impossible.

I can’t back it up with the facts, but it seems like the human body can only go so far till it hits that zone where it is not going to go beyond unless you start going the unmaintainable extreme route.

When you hear about “fat cells never disappearing, only shrinking”, I find it perfectly acceptable to zap them away so that they don’t have a chance to fluff out again. I think if my father could have lipo-ed them out at 45 years old, he would have never gotten those things back again and kept that Men’s Health cover body that he was so close to getting for another decade or more. It was a wall he would not break down, no matter how many fads and headline pop gimmicks would be tossed at it.

If the OP can prove that he has gone the distance and kept with the life-style for a few years, then I say kick the nail in and finish it. He’ll only end up getting frustrated at something that might be physiologically impossible to overcome with the last inch or two. But I have no doubts that the other 10 inches can come off with is own effort though.

Wow, that was long winded. *Sorry*

Reading through your story I see it the same as some bodybuilders (I mean those who do comps). Many use what is called a ‘ketogenic diet’ to prepare for competitions to remove as much fat as possible. Many will tell you this gets them as lean as almost humanly possible, I’m talking less than 6% bodyfat.

Basically the diet uses fats to destroy fat by putting your body in a ketogenic state. On the diet you are allowed next to no carbs, only protein and fats for 5 days, then you carb-up for upto 48 hours and repeat. I hear the diet is as tough as hell in the early stages, while your body adjusts from burning carbs for fuel to fats for fuel because essenitally for a period the body reacts as though it is being starved, because technically it is.

If the diet is changed from a highly glycemic diet to a diet that does not provide sufficient carbohydrate to replenish glycogen stores, the body goes through a set of stages to enter ketosis. During the initial stages of this process the adult brain does not burn ketones, however the brain makes immediate use of this important substrate for lipid synthesis in the brain. After about 48 hours of this process, the brain starts burning ketones in order to more directly utilize the energy from the fat stores that are being depended upon, and to reserve the glucose only for its absolute needs, thus avoiding the depletion of the body’s protein store in the muscles.

Whether ketosis takes place can be checked by using special urine test strips such as Ketostix.

Deliberately induced ketosis through a low-carbohydrate diet has been used to treat medical conditions although most such treatments remain controversial.

I’d say before surgery give it a go. However, please ensure you are medically fit to try the diet AND you read and understand exactly what you are doing before trying keto.

I would say if a keto diet, with 3xcardio sessions and 3xresistance sessions per week don’t make you as lean as possible, nothing will. But don’t expect this approach to be easy, you’ll probably feel half dead on it.


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Before you begin a program,check out the “What bodytype are you?” Thread and determine if your endo/ecto/mesomorph. Magazines and many popular sources totally forget about this important factor.

Originally Posted by C.phantasy
Before you begin a program,check out the “What bodytype are you?” Thread and determine if your endo/ecto/mesomorph. Magazines and many popular sources totally forget about this important factor.

Oh yeah, I totally forgot to bring that one up. That is quite true and will help you mentally adjust to where you are and what to expect.

I can’t wait until I reach my weight loss and PE goals. I have a huge fat pad due to being way overweight. I’m 6’ 290. My NBPEL is 1.5 inches less that my BPEL. I’m working hard and staying positive though.

My gains so far are great and knowing I have more penis left that isn’t visible helps keep me motivated.


Then, 6.1 x 4.5 Now, 7.25 x 5.25


Last edited by Deerman : 05-30-2013 at .

Losing weight really will reduce your fat pad. For me at least its been in proportion with my overall fat loss. Weight loss is only as complicated as you want it to be. If you want to cycle diets, workouts, etc, that works. Its not at all necessary until you approach low levels of body fat and want to continue losing.

Reducing my fat pad has giving me more in visual gains than jelqing, stretchng or pumping have.


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