Lose the POOCH! Complete workout for your LOWER ABS

lose the pooch

FUPA = Front Upper Pubic Area

(aka “pooch”)

Alright, you guys asked for it so here it is – the ultimate workout for our biggest problem area: LOWER ABS!

Now, if you truly want to lose your pooch you have to minimize belly fat.  That means you have to eat clean & sweat.  That’s right folks, hit that treadmill, drink that water and eat those apples – just keepin’ it real.

Also, keep note that there are 3 key mistakes we often make that cause our tummy to look super saggy.  Avoid these!

  1. Slouching – Stand up straight, puff out that chest and suck in that tummy.  Just standing up straight can make us look up to 10 pounds lighter, no joke!  Also, walking around like a hunchback makes us look  sloppy and insecure…not cute.
  2. Too much sodium – Salt makes us retain water and causes stomach bloating.  If you need to slim down for a big event, cut back on the salt!
  3. Not enough water – Dehydration causes “bowel issues” which also causes bloating.  Drink up and flush out 😉

Try the workout along with some CARDIO and let me know how it goes.  Once you get the exercises down, repeat the circuit up to 5 times for a #hardcore burn – enjoy!

Lots of luv, Brit

Lower Abs Workout

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35 thoughts on “Lose the POOCH! Complete workout for your LOWER ABS

  1. snosler

    Alright – I’m taking before and after pictures … I will be sending them your way end of April … this winter I ate too much crap and sidelined my health to finish a book – GRUFF … your on now lady!!

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    1. Brit

      The exercises work your core muscles so that they burn more calories while your body is at rest. Fat reduction come from the combination of doing the workout, eating less, and increasing your cardiovascular exercise 🙂

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  4. Ali

    This is good – thanks. I am good about not slouching – have been working that for years, but I often forget to drink enough water. Bad I know – maybe I will set a reminder on my computer….

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  5. Marry John

    Nice article, these kinds of information are required who takes their workout seriously, but wants to know that with back ache, we should follow these exercises

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