Abdominal Hipopresivos… The Solution?

Today we got to see in our fitness centers sessions of up to 30 minutes dedicated exclusively to do abdominal and yet, There are really remarkable results at the level of waist size… What will be wrong? Are we doing something wrong? Basically we have three forgotten points (or that we want to forget) and they are much more important to make series “crunches” interminalbes.

*The diet It is even more important than exercise.
*A session of abdominal burns very few calories, by the type of exercise and cardiovascular intensity.
*Many abdominal in fact we develop the rectus abdominis and oblique, making them great for hypertrophy and even causing a greater bulge of the abdomen.
* The ‘conventional’ abdominal they forget the work of abdominal trasverso and pelvic floor.

Regarding the first two issues, the solution is easy to expose, so we go for the third: which exercises must incorporate to our abdominal sessions to reduce waist centimeters?

The so-called abdominal hipopresivos they are a series of exercises created by Marcel Caufriez in which looking for a work to the abdominal pressure, based on the work of the abdominal trasverso (form of strip which is below straight abdominal and oblique muscle) and pelvic floor, one of the forgotten training routines, offering, In addition, a great preventive method at the visceral level (prostate, uterus…) preventing urinary incontinence or prolapse, e.g..

The conventional exercises (that, eye, they must not abandon but combine with the hipopresivos) create excessive abdominal tension (something similar to what happens when we cough or contain air, for example), and hypertrophy of straight and oblique that makes our abdomen more bulk (enough that you see photos of competition bodybuilders, perfectly defined, but with an exaggerated abdominal bulge in some cases), thus facilitating conditions to which reference did previously (prolapse (, incontinence…).

From tomorrow we will review major hipopresivos, as well as its objectives exercises.