Unveiling the Mystery: What is a Beer Belly After All?
WHAT IS A BEER BELLY AFTER ALL?
The most common sign of a diastasis recti is a protruding or overhanging belly. A beer belly many times is caused by separated abdominal muscles. This has nothing to do with a person’s weight or fitness level, only that their recti muscles are apart. This condition is called a diastasis recti.
Most men who have a diastasis will see an abnormal lump bulging out of their stomachs, which is especially noticeable when the person lies on the floor and lifts up his shoulders. While this kind of bulge can be present in anyone, this situation is especially observable in thin people, who immediately realize this bulge isn’t fat and doesn’t make “sense” with their body type.
In others, the diastasis might be mistaken for a chubby belly, but much to the person’s chagrin, it doesn’t go away with diet or general exercise.
HOW TO GET RID OF A BEER BELLY
The only way to get rid of a beer belly caused by a diastasis is by bringing together your separated abdominal muscles.
If I had to summarize the whole point of closing a diastasis, it would be healing the connective tissue. It’s the stretched-out tissue that causes all the problems, after all.
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To learn more about Diastasis Recti & the Tupler Technique® read this article: DIASTASIS RECTI RESEARCH AND EVIDENCED BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM
Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.