Hypopressive is one of the best abdominal workouts to get a flat tummy! Follow these healthy tips and these exercises to have and amazing flat tummy!
A flat tummy is one of the main goals for people interested in losing weight and for health reasons. For instance, a flat tummy is much more than burning calories, and eating clean.
Why is so Hard to Get a Flat tummy?
One of the main Reason is because belly fat is related to the stress hormone. In addition, this hormone stores fat in the waist and belly. For instance, more stress means more belly fat, and less flat tummy.
What is the Stress Hormone or Cortisol?
Cortisol is a hormone that controls the fat, carbohydrates, and protein used in the body. Also, it controls the sleep and wake up cycle. Cortisol suppress inflammation, control sugar levels, and regulates blood pressure.
When is the Stress Hormone Released?
The stress hormone or Cortisol hormone is released in response to low blood sugar levels and stressful situations. In addition, frequent stress will release more sugar. This sugar become fat and its accumulated in the belly to be used as a fuel or for survival purposes.
How to Reduce Belly Fat and have a Flat Tummy
First of all reduce cortisol level with the following tips:
Sleep well. A good night’s sleep between 7 to 8 hours is restorative and healing. In addition, a good night’s sleep helps the body to burn the excess of fat especially in the belly and waist. (Please See: Sleepless Nights? Try Stress Relief Techniques).
Stress less and breath more. Every time a stressful situation appear the heart rate increases. Then try to breath deep and slow. Take time to be present instead of thinking in “What is going to happen if…” or “I cannot believe she/he did this or that” Instead count blessings, and be grateful for what is bringing you joy into your life.
Second, eat clean. Follow a healthy diet low in carbohydrates, high in protein, and plant-based products.
Third, keep moving to keep burning calories. Follow a daily exercise routine equivalent to the amount of weight in minutes. For example. A person weighs 200. This means to do 200 minutes of physical activity per week, or 40 minutes for 5 days.
Fourth, focus on the core. Core workout is an effective core workout to strengthen the abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles, reduce waistline, and flatten the tummy.
What is a good Workout for the Core?
The best core workout includes planks and hypopressive
Planks work the whole body. It correct body misalignment by strengthening the weaker side of the body.
Planks keep the back, shoulders, and hips healthy and strong because focus in muscles that provide stability and trunk control to the body.
Planks improve balance because contributes to abdominal muscle strength and core stability.
Why Hypopressive? because the benefits!
- Reduce the excess of pressure in the abdominal cavity and reset the abdominal muscles to stay contracted without effort.
- Strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and help organs to ascend, instead of pushing against the pelvic floor muscles.
- Works strongly in the postural muscles to improve postural awareness and make the whole body light and with more fluid movements and with less restrictions.
What are the Secrets for a Flat Tummy?
- Sleep Well
- Stress Less
- Eat Clean
- Keep Moving
- Workout the Core with Planks and Hypopressive
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