Friday, January 27, 2017

Forget About Diet And Exercise, This Is The Solution For A Flat Belly

This is quite an unusual but really useful advice for those who don’t like spending countless hours in the gym working on their abs, but still want to have the perfect six-pack at the beach.

Forget about crunches, planks and squats, forget about skipping dinner and going to bed hungry; all you need for a flat belly is a piece of thread. Or at least that’s what Sammy Margo, a physiotherapist from Great Britain claims.

She says that this simple and infallible trick can fit into everyone’s daily routine. All you have to do is get a piece of thread, approximately 1 meter long and tie it around your belly. Before tying the thread suck in your stomach as much as you can, tie the thread and then release the stomach halfway to your original size.

What’s the secret? How does this trick actually work?

The idea behind this method is very simple. The thread should serve as a reminder so that when you start feeling the thread too tight around your belly you should suck it in again because you’ve relaxed the muscles too much. Keeping the belly halfway sucked in during the day will tone your muscles, will make it look flatter, will improve your posture and will remind you to eat smaller portions. Moreover, if something is squeezing your stomach you won’t be able to eat large quantities of food either.

Flat belly and good posture could make you look 5 kilograms lighter so try to wear the thread as often as possible, if not during the entire day.

This is a great trick for the lazy ones who hate spending hours in the gym. That doesn’t mean that it can’t be used by those who are physically active as well. They’ll just get the desired look faster.

As an added bonus we should mention the study conducted in New Zealand that flat stomach improves the mood. This is supported by the fact that certain muscles located in that area have a direct effect on hormone secretion and this improves our mood. .

On the other hand, bad posture can lead to depression, irritability and decreased libido.

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