Before and After, Carinatum
It took me 3 years to non-surgically mask my mild case of Pectus Carinatum. I didn’t have the money to surgically repair my condition and insurance companies said they wouldn’t cover the costs.
I was tired of people asking me why my chest poked out. I was tired of girls noticing when they gave me a hug. I was tired of being self-conscious.
Now people want to know my workout routine and girls frequently ask me to remove my shirt. And I want to share my secrets with you!
What is Pectus Carinatum?
Pectus Carinatum, according to Wikipedia,(L carÄ«nÄtus, equiv. to carÄ«n(a) keel), also called pigeon chest, is a deformity of the chest characterized by a protrusion of the sternum and ribs. It is the opposite of pectus excavatum.
But, this site is not intended to define Pectus Carinatum. Rather, this site reflects my personal battle against this rare chest deformity. I am going to tell the world how I, non-surgically, masked my Pectus Carinatum.
How to fix Carinatum?
I mentioned earlier that it took me 3 years to attain the physique in my picture above. The road to overcoming this condition was a change in my lifestyle. But what I did worked for me and may not work for you. I am going to teach you how to evaluate your problem and make changes according to your unique case of Pectus Carinatum. Itâ€™s a concept a friend told me about called â€œlistening to your bodyâ€. Only you know what is right for your body, but you have to know how to listen to yourself.