Advce Please!!!

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  1. kazz

    kazz Gold Member

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    Hello...well I have gone back to CD SS after my Christmas shenanigans....and am doing ok on that right now!

    My question is....I still seem to be suffering from 'pregnant belly syndrome' and I was hoping someone could tell me the best way to shift it!!

    I have an exercise bike, and a twist board. Gym is totally not an option so am hoping someone can help me out....I still have 3stone ish to lose but doubt if it will go from my belly!!
     
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    Hi Karen

    I find the best way is tummy crunches, where you lie on your back, bend your knees and hands at your ears (not pulling your neck) crunch up towards your knees!! Do about 10 to start but make sure you breathe OUT on the way up and IN on the way down otherwise you will train your tummy to stick out!!!! I hope that makes sense!!!
     
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    Oh no!! I had a horrible fear someone would say that one lol

    Breathing thing makes sense....they do them properly on the WW dvd so I might have a look at that again to see exactly how to do them!
     
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    oo I always wondered why you have to breathe out on the hard bit. I thought it was just to make you think abut what youre doing more, no one ever warned me it would make my stomach stick out more
     
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    Wish I could do something to help my belly along, but I`m not allowed as I have a hernia.
     
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    get an ab curl thing in tesco!
     
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    ye can get them from Tesco??? I am so bloody stupid...I have one in Dublin that I meant to bring back with me but forgot about it!!
     
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    They have a 'value' one that was 8.99 I think!
     
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    Ouch...sorry to hear that hun! I can only imagine how that feels....
     
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    OMG...I've heard it all now!! Value ab thingys?!!

    I actually have something similar to this

    http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-7861.aspx

    Anyone else used one?
     
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