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Apr 27

How to Reduce Lower Abdominal Fat?

Reduce Lower Abdominal Fat?Having flat, tight, lower abdominals is a highly desired look, but it is a very difficult look for most people to achieve. Many people feel a need to perform special lower ab exercises. But there is no abdominal exercise can spot reduce lower abdominal fat. The real reason they can’t see their lower abs has nothing to do with their choice of abdominal exercise, and everything to do with an excess of fat and possibly digestive problems.

The lower abdominal region is simplest one of the first places most people store body fat. And in reverse it is the last place to come off. Removal of lower abdominal fat is a separate issue than lower versus upper abdominal muscle recruitment. Body fat problems can only be addressed by creating a caloric deficit. This requires proper nutrition, not special “lower ab” exercises.

Both upper and lower abdominals are activated during the performance of any abdominal exercise. But it is very possible that the upper and lower abdominal areas can be emphasized to a greater degree by the choice of exercise. Some experts believe that “lower ab exercises” are just another fitness myth and that the case is simply closed. However, the abdominal and core region may be much more complex than just one long sheet of muscle running from the sternum to the pubic bone that contracts completely along its length or not at all.

Assuming that the lower abdominals can be stressed to a greater degree with choice of exercise, this has significant implications for creating highly effective and individualized training programs. Before starting the program, you have to take the upper and lower abdominal tests to find out your level of lower abdominal conditioning.

When you take these tests, you will easily see the difference between the two and then you will know which areas to prioritize the most, which exercises you can safely begin with and how to get the best results possible from your training program. A common mistake is when a beginner with weak lower abs attempts to do advanced exercises such as hanging leg raises. This demonstrates improper exercise selection and progression and will do nothing but build muscle imbalances that manifest in poor posture and lead to injury and low back pain.

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