The transversus abdominus muscle, in red (above right), can be isolated and trained to reduce abdominal or belly “pooch”


Let’s face it.

That zone right beneath the belt line in front is almost a universal area of concern.

Unless you’re 13. And skinny.

What’s with the “pooch”, anyway?

As explained in the “7 Seconds to a Flat Belly” Video, abdominal pooch is caused by more than just extra abdominal fat, though that of course is a big factor here. It is also due to prolapse of internal organs due to gravitational pull, AND to reduced muscle tone of the Transversus Abdominus muscle.

In brief, Abdominal Pooch makers are:

  1. excess abdominal fat
  2. prolapse of internal organs due to the effect of gravity
  3. reduced muscle tone of the Transversus Abdominus muscle


Finding an easy to understand image of the TA muscle is difficult because it’s so well buried under all of the other abdominal muscles. Yes, the full set of abdominal muscles work together as a team, and it can be difficult if not impossible to isolate them completely.

However, the TA is head player when it comes to protecting the lower abdominal cavity from internal as well as external pressure. That’s why it tightens up when you cough, sneeze, or laugh. Or when you anticipate a punch in the stomach.

The TA muscle also provides trunk stability and keeps the waist tight. But if we don’t go out of our way to work the TA muscle, we lose the tight waist. And the trunk stability. And the flat belly.

The video gives you instruction, information, and the tools you need to do this powerful move.

Do this simple move for at least 3 days in a row and you’ll feel the difference. 5 – 7 days, even better.

Think of it as a belly boot camp.

And get that lower belly pooch on its way to taking a disappearing act – for good!

‘7 Seconds to a Flat Belly v. 2.0’ is included in my FREE Body Shaping Breakthrough Kit which you can have instant access to here:  Free Body Shaping and Fitness Breakthrough Kit.

P.S. Fit Quickie #1, “7 Seconds to a Flat Belly” Audio Workout, including Tutorial and Practice, is based upon the video of the same name. For more tutorial and practice audios and videos, go to: Fit Quickies™.


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