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Topic: pouchy lower stomach
Posted By: princessmonica
Subject: pouchy lower stomach
Date Posted: August 16 2003 at 7:22pm
as long as i can remember as thin as i am i've always has a pouchy lower stomach. i'm only 4'11 and 95 pds. i've notice some short women don't always have a completly flat stomach. the excerises fo the lower stomach are hard for me to do. do you think having not a real flat stomach has to do with my height at all?

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Posted By: Sophie
Date Posted: August 17 2003 at 7:51am
My guess would be genetics more than height or size.

My Mom always said that it was natural to have a little poochy tummy because we are woman.


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Posted By: demodoll
Date Posted: August 18 2003 at 9:02am
I would have to agree with that. I am tall and even when I was supermodel skinny I had a small pouch. It is now much larger after having two kids. I think it is just because we are women. It is maybe supposed to be there.

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Posted By: cait
Date Posted: August 29 2003 at 6:20pm
I'm afraid it's probably genetic! But even if you have a slightly pouchy lower stomach, being thin everywhere else is nothing to be sneered at :) If it really bothers you, invest in a cute pair of knee high boots. The extra height will help balance out the part of your tummy your dislike and of course the boots will show off your very unfat legs. :D

Cait x


Posted By: Kateyez37
Date Posted: September 09 2003 at 10:57pm
I've always had this problem as well. I've been working out consistently for about 4 years now (I worked out before that, just not 5-6 days a week), eating healthy about 90% of the time, and I still have a lower ab 'pooch'.

I've had 2 kids, but my lower abdominal region is about the same as before kids, and it's just never as flat as other people's abs seem to be. I'm about 5'2" and thought this had something to do with it, being that my legs seem to be longer for my height, and I'm short waisted, so I always thought this may be the reason my extra fat migrated to my middle area. I will say if I work out HARD, doing cardio (intense/high impact) daily and weights 3x weekly, that it's really barely noticeable, but it does take a lot of hard work.

Kris

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Posted By: Giles
Date Posted: September 10 2003 at 5:50pm
It is probably genetic, as I have known several skinny guys with the same problem. I doubt they had the problem because they were women, as some have suggested here. Probably just their choice of parents....

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Giles


Posted By: papillon_purple
Date Posted: September 13 2003 at 1:29pm
I think a little pouch at the lower stomach is just part of being human, just some people work a lot so it's flatter than normal. Pilates and cardio help me maintain my ab muscles, and I'm 4ft10in.

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Posted By: princessmonica
Date Posted: September 14 2003 at 4:26pm
ab muscules are hard to get! for me at least. i try doing the exercises but get dscourge and stop. dido kris about having long legs. i'm short waisted too.

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Posted By: whitney_brett
Date Posted: September 20 2003 at 11:24am
i have a very short torso...if i wear high waisted pants (like around the belly button, where lots of pants are supposed to hit), i look like Steve Urkel!

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