Fitness Minutes: (66,181)
7,159 2/7/12 10:44 P
We should be able to do this all the time with practise.. I have seen a guy on youtube.com use a rubberband around his waist, body builders using a back support belt use the wide side around their stomach to make them aware if their stomach posture is slouching..
We should be able to pull our stomach muscles in and keep breathing.. It will take cms off the waist training our corset muscles to do their job keeping our gut from looking bloated..
www.flickr.com/photos/66885435@N08/6839259 733/in/photostream his dad couldn't train because of the dialysis tube in his stomach- he had it on his neck for ages but for some reason it never functioned well there- type 1 diabetes made him doing exercise exhausting and in this photo he wasn't allowed to lift his own children for a year because of wild growing blood vessels bursting in his eye... And his tummy bloated between diaylsis sections- that happens when you can pee anymore because kidney function dies..
www.flickr.com/photos/66885435@N08/6143591 511/in/photostream if people want to keep a body that rocks- I encouraged my son to train- whether he continues is up to himself but if he ever stopping looking awesome I will print these photo's out to hammer how good he can look naturally with good corset muscles..
Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 2/7/2012 (22:59)
Fitness Minutes: (6,555)
2/7/12 10:37 P
Does anyone notice a big difference when they engage their abs versus when not? If I clench my abs, I have a 27" waist, unclenched is around 31". Any thoughts?
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