4 comments


  • wong

    Hi Jennifer do you have a video clip on showing how to do this? appreciate it if there is any as its a bit hard to get understand through the steps here. thanks :)

    November 08, 2014
  • Veronica Gallego

    Great explanation, very comprehensive and makes sense. I wish you would’ve provided more than exercise. Thank you. Veronica

    October 26, 2014
  • betty hays

    I have been wearing spanx for the past year…wore girdles for 30 years. I have always done core excercises… rectus abdominus… over the past year my upper body wants to fall forward. I have gone from jogging lightly up hills (a year ago) to walking with a cane. do u think this could be caused by spanx ? Had Mri’s…showing possible L5 instability. 1 doctor feels it is instability but 2 others not.

    March 22, 2014
  • […] For many people, learning to draw in the abdominals is a difficult process. Most people are used to working their core by developing the rectus abdominis muscles through conventional methods such as crunches, sit-ups, and other flexion/extension exercises which push out the abdominal wall. The concept of drawing in is the exact opposite of rectus abdominis training. It is the process where you pull in your abdominal wall.  My clients are familiar with this movement which I call “tummy vacuums.” […]

    February 25, 2013

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