Never Do This Exercise…

Never Do This Exercise…

Surprisingly, not all exercises are good for you. In fact, research has discovered that doing crunches, sit-ups and other ab-targeted exercises will NOT help you get flat, washboard abs.

The problem is when you do conventional ab exercises, your stomach muscles feel sore, which fools you into thinking that you’re working your abs.  Yet, after weeks of religiously doing your ab routine, your belly looks just as bloated and soft as it did before.  All that time and pain for nothing!

Here’s the TRUTH…

Crunches, sit-ups, side bends (and other common ab exercises) force you to bend and contort your body in unnatural ways.  This may come as a surprise, but your abs were NOT designed to crunch, twist, or bend.  In fact, it’s the complete opposite!

The real role of your abdominal muscles is to PREVENT your mid-section from crunching, twisting, and bending.  That’s right, your abs are a stabilizing force designed to resist movement in order to protect your spine.

So even though you “feel the burn” when you do crunches and sit-ups, you’re actually putting unnecessary pressure on your back, causing more harm than good.  These ab exercises can cause lower back injuries by forcing your spine to bend too much, and they do very little to actually help you get a flat, tight stomach.

The key to getting sculpted abs is to burn off that stubborn layer of belly fat that’s hiding them.  On the next page, I’ll show you how to quickly burn away the “ab flab” so you can finally carve out those lean, ripped abs.ball crunch

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