I am 5 feet 10 inches tall and weigh 140 pounds and, obviously, very thin. I also have small bones. My problem is that the only fat on my body is concentrated on my obliques area and I cannot get rid of it which takes away considerably from any V shape look I may attain.
Any weight I gain goes right to the waistline, but if any is lost it comes from the rest of my body. I have read contradicting stories as to the benefits of side bends and related movements. Some state they will thicken the obliques too much in cases like mine where they are already heavy while others think the stretching of side bends will trim the waist.
Would you care to give me some advice or program on how to alleviate this unsightly sag?
Your problem is mixing carbohydrate and protein at the same meal. Protein and carbohydrate are incompatible. They both digest in a different medium. Protein digests in an acid medium and carbohydrate is an alkaline medium.
Also, support your protein meals with H.C.L. tablets and carbohydrate meals with Enzyme tablets. No exercise acts as a subcutaneous fat emulsifier.
(Musclemag Vol 2 issue 1)