Our expert says:
If you're at the gym, you might try some of the ab machines, where you're sitting upright and doing crunches - you know which machine I'm talking about? It might be that being horizontal adds to the problem, and if you do these seated crunches, then you'll benefit.
Of course, it's cardio and not crunches that make the bigger difference for the stomach anyway, so you might consider that, because all the crunches the world don't make too much difference if you aren't also tackling the problem of burning fat, so that's maybe something to look at.
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