9 Proven Ways To Flatten Your Stomach

I hear you’ve been working out a lot? What’s your goal? When working out, most people have at least one particular part of their body they are working to improve.

What about the stomach? That seems to be one everyone is working on these days. Let’s talk about it. Here are 9 Ways You Can Get a Flat Stomach in Less Than a Month. Do we drink lots of water? How does improving my posture help anything? Wait, I’ve heard of planking, but that’s an exercise move? We’re talking all of that AND more!


Planking was a trend that went on in the early 2010’s. Fortunately, you can do this workout in the comfort of your living room rather than on train tracks. Planking is an exercise meant to work out your core muscles. It’s done by laying flat on your stomach, then holding yourself up by your elbows in the plank position. From there, you are to hold this position for as long as you physically can. While this activity can develop your arms, biceps, back, and thighs, planking does wonders on your stomach. The average person is expected to plank for a minimum of two minutes. This means a lot of people aren’t making it over that 120-second mark.

Did you know that the record for the longest plank ever recorded was made by a Chinese man named Mao Weidong in 2016? The time he clocked in… 8 hours and 1 minute. A former marine named George Hood is also featured on the list of longest planks. His time… 5 hours and 15 minutes. Why is he getting a mention? I mean that’s a heck of a time difference. Because George was 57 years old at the time! I’d like to see you guys in your 20’s and 30’s pull that off. Not to mention, George has probably got a much flatter stomach than you.

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Now hang on just a second. When I say relax, I don’t mean lay motionless on the couch and waste the day away. I mean have a breather and try your best to reduce your stress levels. Feeling stressed out opens the floodgates to several health issues. For one, we tend to change our eating habits when we’re feeling tense.

Did you know that college students are likely to develop eating disorders? A study conducted at the University of Michigan concluded that 40% of all students had changed their eating habits. This can mean anything from eating more to eating less. The change in diet is due to the many pressures of college life, from academic, to financial, to social issues. With that being said, it’s obvious that college is not the only environment that invites stress. If you’re feeling a little worked up, mental exercises like meditation can be perfect for relieving frustration. This may keep your body from producing more cortisol, a hormone known for increasing one’s appetite. Once triggered, cortisol can turn your food directly into belly fat. So it’s safe to say the less you stress… the less fat below your chest. I tried to make that rhyme. A little complicated I know.

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