How to Tighten a Sagging Lower Stomach
If you need to tighten a sagging lower stomach, you must not only do exercises such as reverse crunches but also drink plenty of water, get proper nutrition and work all the other muscles in your body as well. Get the facts on stomach fat in this free video on personal fitness tips.
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Hi, I'm Billy Beck III from Billy Beck III Personal Training Center here in Weston South Florida. In this video I'm going to answer your question how to tighten a sagging lower stomach. Now a lot of people want to exercise, the truth is exercise is just part of the equation. If you have a sagging lower stomach you have fat and to burn fat, you have to have the right nutrition. You've got to drink enough water and you've got to work all the muscles in your body with resistance and cardiovascularly, that's your beset option. I'm going to show you one movement to stimulate the muscles in your abdomen. So we're going to do a reverse crunch. It's a challenging movement so it may not be for beginners but most people can do some version of this. So what we're going to do, we're going to lay back on the bench, lift my legs up and I'm going to hang onto the bench and then I'm going to tighten my abs. A lot of people will just throw their body up, create momentum but what we're going to do is make the muscles do the work. Get tight and then come up. The hips are just coming up a little bit and then going down resisting. Most people do this, they throw their legs up and then they come back down, throw their legs up, then come back down. You're doing everything but what your goal is. So the goal is to stimulate the muscle, challenge it, tighten the abs, come up, controlled, squeezing, then back down. You want to do it, eight to ten reps or whatever is challenging for you. Challenge creates change, that's the principle. I'm Billy Beck III, and this has been how to tighten up a saggy lower stomach.