How To Lose Belly Fat While Driving!
Many diet programs will never share that secret with you.
Maybe they don’t want you to know this simple trick because they are afraid of losing a customer, or maybe they don’t know any better.
Fortunately for readers looking for such information, I am going to share this insider secret for free.
Just to introduce myself briefly on this topic, I’m going to give you a quick overview about me and why I know this kind of information.
I am a real customer myself and am fortunate to have Mike Geary, a certified professional nutritionist who is also my personal trainer to assist me in my health program.
I started looking for his advice, and actually went through his training program after getting bored with my beer belly, although I haven’t touched a beer in what seems like decades! This simple exercise may probably surprise you because it does NOT burn fat on its own, but the results will speak for themselves, once you manage to start flattening your stomach.
This simple but effective exercise is called “sit-ups.”
In Mike’s own professional words, he says that this “abdominal vacuum” exercise greatly helps to tighten lazy stomach muscles, which will be toned through this type of physical activity. He even wrote a Fitness Training Guide and goes into detail explaining exactly why it is developed and the exact methods required to avoid another occurrence.
Through their simplicity and my own hectic daily work life, I found the best time for me is to do them while driving my daily commute to work.
Now a word of caution: doing them while driving may not be for everyone. Make sure you remain a safe driver.
If you find that this exercise can distract your driving ability, do not try it while driving.
After all, this exercise can be done anywhere and at any time of the day that you prefer.
The abdominal exercise strengthens the deeper transversus abdominis muscles and thus causes the “beer belly bulge” to recede, as I like to call it.
The main reason I chose to do them while driving is that no matter what posture you are in, you can do it while standing or even sitting. It also makes my boring and obligatory commute worthwhile as I don’t waste precious time just driving, but exercise on my commute as well.
So let’s get on with this simple procedure for this abdominal exercise.
I’ll break it down into four simple steps for you to follow:
- Step 1: Start by inhaling deeply as much as you can.
- Step 2: Begin to exhale, while pushing your stomach in as much as possible.
- Tip: Try to imagine being challenged to try to touch your spine with your belly inward. This works wonders for me.
- Step 3: Hold this position for about 10 seconds (at first) while breathing briefly.
- Step 4: Repeat this procedure several times.
That’s it! You have just managed to do the “Abdominal Draw” exercise successfully.
An advice …
As with all workouts, start slowly and increase your intervals when you feel like exercise is getting too easy for you.
For example, start tucking in your tummy for about 10 seconds before increasing this interval to a longer period, say 15 or 20 seconds, as you get used to this simple but very effective exercise.
As I mentioned earlier, this exercise doesn’t increase fat burning, it just helps you flatten out that bulging stomach that has deep, lazy abdominal muscles.
If you really want to have a deep stomach line with those strong “abs” you need more help in the form of a professional training program, definitely much more than this simple exercise.
Remember there is no real price value when it comes to your health and looking healthy and attractive. You will need to do some weekly exercise and eat properly. The funny thing I’ve learned from my own personal experience is that you can still eat just about anything you want, as long as it’s in moderation when you train weekly for a few minutes a day. Our bodies can maintain a good tone as long as the proper exercises are performed.
A typical good example would be the tummy where through misinformation and logical sense I would suggest that most people think they should start doing a lot of sit-ups. That cannot be further than the truth, sadly. The abs will tone the abdominal muscles, but they will still be below the overhang of the belly, especially if it is belly fat.
So while your abs would become rock solid with a lot of sore abs, you still can’t see them visually!
The typical example given above is one of many more issues where professional advice should be taken, either through a professional trainer or at least investing in a professional authority book on the subject, where the author has or had a career as a professional trainer and Nutritionist. This way, you won’t waste your time and energy on bad training practices, which will get you nowhere or, at best, have minimal results. Take this friendly advice from my own personal experience, as I’ve learned it the hard way.