Introducing a video on how to get rid of a bloated stomach by Yusen Kimura, a lymphatic care trainer. The point is to loosen the muscles, peel off the muscles that are colliding and move them. There is no hard muscle training or dietary restrictions. Just continue once a day, and your muscles will loosen and your body will become clean.
Table of contents
- Profile of Yumi Kimura
- Eliminate your bloated stomach with a simple action! loosen and move muscles
- Step 1 Loosen the muscles around the hip joint
- Step 2 Peel off the buttocks fascia
- Step 3 Move the muscles around the hip joint
- Check it out in the video! How to remove fascia & lymphatic care
Profile of Yumi Kimura
Born in 1959 (Showa 34). Representative of LHJ (Life & Health Joy). While working as a pharmacist, he encountered lymphatic care while looking for a remedy for migraine headaches that could not be cured. He devised a unique method to maintain a healthy and youthful body. He works extensively as a trainer.
Eliminate your bloated stomach with a simple action! loosen and move muscles
One of the causes of the vicious cycle that keeps you from getting rid of a bloated stomach is that the muscles around the hip joint, which is the largest joint in the body, are stiff and difficult to move. When the muscles around the hip joint become stiff, blood vessels and lymphatic vessels are compressed, making swelling more likely to occur.
To get rid of a bloated stomach, loosen the muscles around the hip joints, peel off the fascia that has adhered, make it easier to move the muscles, and then move the muscles slowly.
Step 1 Loosen the muscles around the hip joint
First, use the vibration of your feet to loosen the tight muscles around your hip joints.
Place your hands on the base of your thighs and swing your legs forward, diagonally forward, sideways, diagonally back, back, diagonally back, sideways, diagonally forward, and forward for about 5 seconds each.
* Do this while holding on to a wall or chair
After confirming that the loosened leg has become lighter, let’s do the same with the other leg.
Step 2 Peel off the buttocks fascia
Next, peel off the fascia of the buttocks that has become hardened due to the pressure of your own weight while sitting. Squeeze your upper buttock muscles and use your fist or finger to press the area that feels tight and painful for about 5 seconds.
If you do 4 places on one side as a guide, do the same on the other side, the fascia will peel off and the hip joint will be easier to move.
Step 3 Move the muscles around the hip joint
Once the muscles are loosened, move the muscles around the hip joints by tilting the pelvis forward and backward.
First, place your hands on the back of your hips, spread your legs shoulder-width apart, bend your knees slightly, and slowly move your pubic bone back and forth five times. Now place your hands in front of your hips and do the same thing.
The important thing at this time is to feel that the muscles where you place your hands are working properly. Try not to move your upper body.
And if you have more energy, try moving your hips slowly from front to back and from back to front.
Place your hands behind your hips, place your feet shoulder-width apart and bend your knees slightly. Repeat 5 times with the image of drawing a semicircle from the right front to the right back, and from the right back to the right front. Do the same for the left side.
In this movement, the muscles that tighten the waist, such as the internal oblique and external oblique muscles, can be squeezed.