A Simple Japanese Move, Which Helps Lose Tummy Fat
Miki Ryosuke is a Japanese actor discovered a method that helped him lose 13 kg (28.7 lb) and 12 cm (4.7″) from the waist in just a few weeks.
Due to his back pain, he couldn’t exercise hard weight lifting so his doctor prescribed him exercise that only took 2 minutes a day.
Ryosuke called it a long-breath diet. The technique lies in taking a certain position, taking a three-second breath, and then a strong exhalation for seven seconds.
As the doctor explained to him that the fat consists of oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen. When the oxygen that we breath reach the fat cells it instantly it divides them into two components (carbon and water).
So as our body takes more oxygen the more fat we burn.
1. Stand up, and push one leg forward and the other back.
2. Now you need to strain your buttocks and transfer your weight to your back foot.
3. Start slowly inhaling for 3 seconds, lifting your arms above your head.
4. Then exhale forcefully for 7 seconds, straining all your body’s muscles.
This is a way out for busy or lazy people who dream of having a slender waist. The best part is that is a tested method and it works perfectly. More and more people aroud the world try this simple method.
Source: Female Fit Body