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suggestions for flabby tummy?

Postby pink_daisy » Wed May 19, 2010 5:21 pm

hi mummies,

anyone got suggestions for a flabby tummy?? how to lose tat extra 'tyre'?

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Postby tankee » Wed May 19, 2010 6:02 pm

1. Do sit-ups
2. Do stomach crunches
3. Avoid prolong period in sitting position
4. Watch calories intake

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Postby joconde » Wed May 19, 2010 6:43 pm

From my experience and observing people around me, doing sit up at most can only tone the muscles a little, but cannot really cut down much the fat.

After my hubby started jogging, his waist line drops from 33 to 28. Now his tummy look perfectly flat. Before that, the kids always joke that his tummy looks like a soccer ball :lol:

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Postby adhdadhd » Wed May 19, 2010 7:05 pm

For kids or adult?

I trimmed my tyre down from 34" to 31" in 2 years by doing the following:
1) stop all milk and by products
2) drink kopi-O siu tai, cut sugar by half.
3) avoid anything that is white, implications are processed food are too refined and needed less energy to digest.
4) brisk walk 45 minutes every other day, no sweat no count. in fact walking use alot of stomach muscle.
5) take unpolished rice.
6) foot reflexology, the painful type, I belief taking pain will burn fat.

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Postby radiantmum » Wed May 19, 2010 7:08 pm

1. Brisk walk
2. Cut down dinner intake especially carbo eg 1/4 bowl of rice

Works for my DH. Waistline also reduced 2" - 3".

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Postby markfch » Wed May 19, 2010 7:28 pm

What about taking the easy way out? OSIM's uKimono anyone?
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Postby tankee » Wed May 19, 2010 8:29 pm

markfch wrote:What about taking the easy way out? OSIM's uKimono anyone?


if it works let me know, I'll chiong and buy a few :wink:

:rotflmao:

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Postby mumma_bear » Thu May 20, 2010 8:39 am

What about for those who has less time to exercise? I have to work most hours of the day, so it really does require me to sit most of the time. I find it difficult to exercise when I'm all engrossed at work. Any tips for this kinds of situation? I would really want those flabs to go...

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Postby hquek » Thu May 20, 2010 9:23 am

my tui na guy told me to lie down, and lift both legs up - just that wee bit (not 90 degrees, more like 40 degrees). When stomach muscles are stronger, can use both legs to draw circles when in the air. Apparently that works on that part of the body.

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Postby shinri » Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:31 pm

Anyone tried those slim patch you paste on your tummy before sleep at night?
It's supposedly recommended by taiwan show 女人我最大..

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