Avoid materials that are too clingy; instead, opt for fabrics that are thicker and will help hide a tummy.

Tighten your stomach muscles throughout the day while you are standing in lines, driving your car or even watching television. Pull your stomach muscles in. Hold for a few seconds. Release and repeat several times. This will build your core stomach muscles.

Perform 50 regular crunches followed by 50 side-to-side reaching crunches each day.

Do cowboy crunches daily. Begin cowboy crunches lying supine with your knees up toward the ceiling, feet flat on the floor, hands behind your head and elbows facing the sides. Lift your feet off the floor and press your knees out to the sides. Hold this position, lift your head and shoulders off the floor and crunch your elbows and knees in to meet in the center. Release back; repeat this crunch 20 to 25 times.

Another piece of advice that you can use for the six pack diet you plan on implementing is regarding fiber. It helps you feel fuller and it does that for a longer period of time which allows you to say no to that second helping at your table.

Don’t wear jeans that are low-rise. As an alternative, choose mid-to-high waisted jeans. Make sure you go with thicker and darker denim; it will give the illusion of a smaller tummy.

Add three 8 ounce glasses of water to your daily diet. Try to consume the water at each meal. Water helps the body stay hydrated and will in the long run help to tighten stomach skin.

Once that fat has been burned off with four or five weeks worth of diet and cardio, you’re ready to tone up that tummy. That means, stability ball exercises, sit-ups, crunches, and more. Under the search words “core-conditioning” you can find about a thousand suggested exercises for your abs online.


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