How To: Stomach Vacuum

Whether you’re looking to slim your waistline or build an overall stronger core, the stomach vacuum is an exercise that you can perform daily to work on both…
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25 thoughts on “How To: Stomach Vacuum”

  1. did you invent these exercises? this is genius 🙂 Never thought people
    could do this exercise this way. 

  2. This creates a corset effect on the stomach. If you do this enough times in
    your life, you notice that your doing it without trying to

  3. Progressively Me

    Yum Yum Yum Yum Yum I love this channel ; ) yeah you pretty much know that
    the other half or ur subs that arent bodybuilders are horny gay guys anyhow
    lol. Keep on posting! XD <3 ; )

  4. Dude, this is a double-jointed type of thing. Either you can or you
    can’t. I’ve never been able to do this, even when I was in the best shape
    of my life.

  5. I do these while meditating sometimes. Breathing in for five seconds,
    holding for two, breathing out for five, going into a stomach vacuum as
    well as activating my pelvic floor, holding for fifteen, and repeat. Very
    good for developing deep core strength and control.

  6. Most of the videos i see online have a skinny person or a muscular person
    who is pretty lean already rocking a six pack doing the stomach vacuum. I
    always see it go really deep in like that, but i’m not sure whether im
    doing it right or not because i have a thin layer of fat over my abs. It’s
    maybe about half a centimeter thick around my top 4 abs and almost a
    centimeter on my lower abs. Would this be enough to make my vacuum look a
    lot different, or am i just doing it wrong? I’ve only been trying this for
    a couple of days now, so maybe im just not strong enough in this regard to
    get that deep?

  7. Justin Wheelwright

    gotta disagree with this one, you shouldnt have to stop breathing to suck
    in your stomach, thats just creating negative pressure in your intra
    abdominal cavity, i worked out how to do that when i was 7 or 8 years old.
    you should be focused on breathing in deeply and then just exhaling air
    from your belly, leaving your chest fairly full of air. that will force you
    to contract your TA in order to press the air out and leave your diaphram
    more or less out of the equation. Please dont try Scott’s version of this
    while doing other heavy compound exercises, your gunna pass the fuck out
    and could get seriously hurt 

  8. I think I’m doing it wrong because level 2 is much easier than level 1. I
    really don’t feel like I’m doing anything for the level 1 exercise, but for
    the second one I can feel the vacuum pulling my stomach in. Am I doing it
    wrong?

  9. This really helps me, thank you! I didn’t really know how bad my transverse
    abdominis was holding me back until I tried to stomach vacuum and couldn’t
    get it to go very deep. Even after only doing this once I already notice my
    posture while sitting is better and easier to maintain. Thanks again Scott
    I will use this technique! 

  10. Hey Scott, great vid. I was just wondering, when I’m planking, if I look
    down, I see my stomach bulging out as though it’s just loosely hanging from
    my body. Is this normal? I’ve been doing vacuums for about 2 months but
    haven’t noticed a difference in this bulge.

  11. Syahrul Anwar Jamaludin

    Hi, do you guys know, how long does it take to actually see result from
    doing abs vaccuum, if ure doing it everyday?

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