The other day I received an email from a 48-year old man who complained of not being able to move his bowels on a regular basis.
“The machine isn’t working the way it used to. Maybe I need some lubrication,” he wrote. “Any exercises you recommend for this situation. Or is this just something I have to live with.”
The answer: No, this is not something you have to live with. Here is what you do:
1. Make a decision that you will regain healthy bowel function.
You may think this an unnecessary step – yet I assure you that trying to solve a problem without making a decision to replace it with something better, leaves the door wide open for a repeat performance of bad times.
2. Pay attention to the foods that are clogging your pipes. Pizza, pasta, white flour, pastries, breads, beans and other starches are often times interfering with regularity.
3. Consume more fruits, vegetables and other high-fiber foods.
4. Drink plenty of water.
5. Practice deep breathing exercises – especially those in which you combine abdominal flexing with the breathing. To learn how to do this be sure to pick up a copy of Combat Abs wherein I teach the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener and another exercise that blowtorch excise flab from your waistline while also greatly improving your digestion.
People who thought I was joking about “the toilet” before doing these exercises were totally surprised after they tried them. Sounds a bit “out there” – but it’s true. Doing the deep breathing exercises in Combat Abs act as a sort of “Cosmic Fiber” that helps sweep waste out of the colon.
You cannot exercise your abs the way I teach without simultaneously giving your innards a deep and thorough massage.
There are many other benefits to doing the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener – which you can also read about in the 1914 by-mail course put out by the Farmer himself, by going here.
Even if you don’t think you have an issue with moving your bowels – you may be gravely mistaken. Ask yourself, how long after each meal do you typically move your bowels.
If you’re not “getting up to go” 30 minutes after your meal, then you better get your hands on Combat Abs.