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3/15/2012 7:16:25 AM - Paul Boston

I have been powerlifting for a while and also i have switched to general Strength training for a while.My diet is fairly decent and I dont eat crap all the time

I am 255lbs at the moment and I train the core every session with leg raises and crunches but I still have a large core.Its not like a fat mans belly its hard and a little prominent but not loads.Why does this happen to us lifters?I do love to front,Back squat and deadlift does this make me have the power belly?

Do you know of any ab routines which might push my power belly back in?HAHA i know it seems like bull shit but I am sick of people asking if I have stopped training because they can see my power belly when I have my T-shirt on :D

Mind they dont pay attention to my 50 inch chest or 19 inch arms only focus on what they think it bad

Hope you can help pal


Paul-Not suggesting anything here or accusing this common with lifters taking super supps. First step is clean up the diet, for body weight conditioning stuff do things like hindu squats and push ups and really focus on the breathing aspect, majority of changes will be through diet.

All the best,
Josh Bryant

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