If you’re wondering why your once concave stomach sticks out, even if you don’t have any belly fat, you may not need to diet. You probably just need some effective ab workouts to flatten tummy appearance by focusing on the muscle that goes around your midsection. If you had a baby, the muscles over your tummy and around your waist stretched out. You need to do an ab exercise to flatten belly and tone stomach muscles once you’ve lose the belly fat. You aren’t fatter, your muscles have changed, and you need to get your muscles back to where they were.
Luckily muscles tend to have memory, and there is a specific tummy exercise to target the corset muscle, aka the transverse abdominus. It doesn’t matter how many stomach crunches you do, if the transverse abdominus muscle is not tight, you can not have a flat stomach, even though before you had babies you may have had a tight transverse abdominus with no effort on your part. If this transverse “corset” muscle is out of shape, the abdominal area potrudes.
How do you get a flat tummy? The Tummy Cincher targets the transverse abdominus and helps you get a flat tummy again (whether or not you reached your goal weight again).
The Tummy Cincher
1. Stand or sit erect (this can be done at home, at work, while sitting alone waiting in a waiting room).
2. In short, quick pulses, pull your tummy inward as far as you can. Imagine that you are trying to make your belly button touch your back.
3. Repeat for 50-100 quick pulses, starting with once a day and working up to five sets a day.
Overtime, your tummy will be pulled inward from the front and the sides, giving you a slimmer, flatter stomach!
For extra weight loss, check out our post on how to get a flat tummy after pregnancy and more fat burning foods to lose weight fast!