“Take care of the abdomen and the rest of your body will take care of itself… I had to travel thousands of miles, coming to the South Sea Islands, to learn this important principle of physical culture. It was not to be found in my own country, as most Americans have weak, flabby bellies.” – Paul Bragg
The message shown above was written over 50 years ago – and it is truer NOW than ever before. We have a choice to make about the future of our waistline. We can let it expand – or we can pull it in.
I say, “Pull it in. Reduce. Get back the look of your youth, when you were in your sexual prime.”
There are three exercises that I want you to know if you’re going to reduce your waistline – and all of them can be found in my international best-seller, Combat Abs.
The first is the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener. This exercise, first made famous by the late Farmer Burns, involves mixing deep breathing with the flexing and tensing of the abdominals. This exercise tightens the abs, reduces the waistline and improves digestion in a huge way. Do it first thing in the morning and you’ll know what I mean by improved digestion.
The second is the vacuum. In this exercise you literally train your midsection to act like a giant suction cup. This exercise looks “odd” when you see it in action – but the results from doing it are phenomenal.
The third exercise is, in fact, a series of exercises that you can do with a device called the Power Wheel. There has never been another abdominal training device that even remotely compares to the Power Wheel. Everyone I have spoken to who has gotten one and USED it, says that you can literally observe the changes in your abs on a day-to-day basis. Not kidding either.
I give an entire routine to follow with the Power Wheel in Combat Abs. And if you just take a few minutes each day too follow the routine, you’ll be in shock at how quickly you can turn the flab into fitness.