You can immediately get relief from hemorrhoids by practicing a few abdominal exercises daily.
Consistency is the key to this all natural approach. The results are only guaranteed, if you carry out these exercises every single day. The exercises are very easy but it takes self-discipline and a healthy dose of motivation to exercise regularly.
Motivation is the least of your worries. Believe me! You will be highly motivated when those peanut-shaped, hemorrhoid protrusions up your ass start driving you nuts with their irritating itchings. There is one more thing you can do, if the pain and irritations fail to motivate you.
Remind yourself of the consequences of advanced hemorrhoids.
If you do not react energetically in the early stages, your hemorrhoids will aggravate. Only a surgical intervention can provide relief for advanced hemorrhoids.
Surgical intervention is bad news. Everyone, who makes the effort to research the facts, fiercely rejects surgical intervention. Three out of ten surgical interventions ends up with a permanent medical complication. (Source: Wikipedia)
The failure rate of surgical interventions adds up to approximately 30%. You want to avoid surgery because the dire risks are too great.
Abs exercises offer you the opportunity to avoid surgery.
Abs exercises are not some instant magical cure for hemorrhoids. Venapro is the cure for hemorrhoids. The abdominal exercises are only complementary to the cure.
Why do you need to abs exercises, if venapro is an adequate cure for hemorrhoids?
Abs exercises serve two purposes:
- Acceleration of Recovery.
Prevention is better than cure. Regular exercise and good nutrition will do more for your health than any medication.
If you have already contracted hemorrhoids, abs exercises will turbo-charge your rate of recovery.
What is the cause of Hemorrhoids?
The specific cause of hemorrhoids has yet to be discovered; however, the symptoms are closely associated with an increase in intra-abdominal pressure.
Any situation which causes an increase in intra-abdominal pressure makes you more susceptible to hemorrhoids. Pregnant women are more vulnerable to hemorrhoids because developing fetus exerts pressure on the lower abdomen. Obese people are more vulnerable to hemorrhoids because the extra fat on their tummies weighs down on the lower abdomen. Other situations which make you more vulnerable to piles include: constipation, diarrhea, ascitis, genetics, aging and poor hygiene.
Here comes the boom: THE COUCH. Prolonged sitting can result to hemorrhoids.
The next time you are all wrapped up and comfy on the couch; zapping through hundreds of TV channels, just remember that, you are risking piles because blood circulation on your rectal region is greatly hampered.
You are also risking a sagging second stomach overlapping your waistline. Without regular exercises, those spicy potato chips dissolving in your mouth will eventually accumulate on your waistline.
If you want to stay healthy, get that ass off the couch!
3 Dynamic Groundbreaking Abs Exercises
To strengthen your core, there are two muscles of crucial interest:
- Rectus Abdominis Muscles
- Oblique Muscles
The rectus abdominis are the frontal muscles, which run from your ribcage to your waist. The oblique muscles are on the both sides of your tummy, along your arms.
After years of extensive research conducted in the Biomechanics lab of San Diego State University, Professor Peter Francis identified the 3 most effective abdominal exercises.
You can download the full American Council on Exercises report here.
The three most effective exercises for the rectus abdominus are:
- Bicycle abs exercise
- Captain’s chair exercise
- Abs exercise with a Swiss ball
The three most effective exercises for the oblique muscles are:
- Captain’s chair exercise
- Bicycle abs exercise
- Reverse Crunch Exercise
Bicycle Abdominal Exercises
Step 1: Lie on your mat facing up. Raise both thighs till they form a 45% angle to the ground.
Step 2: Without straining your neck, bring in your left knee towards your chest and rise till you touch it with your right elbow. Alternate the movement by bringing in your right knee and rise till you touch it with your left elbow.
Step 3: Do not cheat yourself. Make sure you are using your abdominal muscles to rise. You can easily cheat by contracting your neck or using the momentum to touch your knee.
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The test for cheating is simple. You are cheating, if it does not hurt.
Your abs should be screaming in excruciating pain, if you are doing it correctly because your pancreas will be secreting glucagon. Glucagon is the hormone which causes your liver to convert belly fat into glucose.
Step 4: Start by doing 20reps in 3sets. Then add 5reps each week till you can do 50reps in 3sets.
Your abs will be ripped in no time, if you perform the bicycle exercise regularly and CORRECTLY. Your six-packs won’t be chocolate bars. They’ll be solid steel walls capable of deflecting a thousand Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles.
Captain’s Chair Abdominal Exercises
The captain’s chair exercises are the second most effective abdominal exercises.
How To Perform Captain’s Chair Abs Exercises
Step 1: Mount on the Captain’s chair. Firmly grip the handholds and lay flat on the back rest.
Step 2: Slowly raise your knees towards your chest, using your abdominal muscles only. Bring your feet back down and repeat the motion.
Step 3: Again, do not cheat yourself. You can easily cheat by using the momentum of your feet to swing your legs up and down.
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Pain is the litmus test for cheating. If you are not feeling any pain, you are not burning those extra calories around your waistline.
Step 4: Start with 10reps in 3sets then increase by 5reps every week; till you can do 30reps in 3sets.
Every self-respecting gym has a Captain’s chair. If you do not like gyms, you can always install a power station at home.
Swiss Ball Abdominal Exercises
The Swiss ball crunches are the third most effective abs exercise.
The ball crunch has two unique advantages over the floor crunch.
1. On the floor, part of your torso’s weight is carried by your legs. With the ball crunch, you have to use your abs muscles to move all the weight of your torso.
2. On the floor, there is no risk of falling; hence, you do not strain any additional muscles to balance yourself. With the ball crunch, you are compelled to use additional muscles to remain balanced on the ball.
How to Perform Swiss Ball Abdominal Exercises
Step 1: Intertwine your hands behind your head and lie on the ball facing the ceiling. Position the ball under your lower back.
Step 2: Lift your torso by contracting your abs muscles, just like you would do on the floor. Simultaneously maneuver to remain balanced on the ball.
Step 3: Start with 20reps in 3sets then increase by 5reps each week till you can do 50reps in 3sets.
Unless you are training for the Olympics, these 3abs exercises are utterly sufficient.
Incidentally, these are the same 3 exercises you need in order to develop a ripped pack of abs. In addition, a strong core relieves you of back pain and strengthens the spine.
Furthermore, a flat stomach gives you significant aesthetic and psychological benefits.
You won’t have to switch off the lights before undressing, each time your partner is in the room. You won’t have to lie your way out of not going to the beach, anymore. You are going to finally fit in those dresses which have been serving as museum artifacts in your wardrobe. You will feel unparalleled self-pride as your self-confidence soars into the stratosphere.