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    Default HELP problem with myn belly

    with a lot of practise i can do now the bellyroll.
    Bud the bellyshock is the problem (I don't know what the exacly the word is, with bellyshock i mean when you push your belly in and out really fast) I can do the slowely move, bud not the fast.


    can someone tell me how to begin???

    (and i am sorry for myn not so good english)

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    oow was forget to ask this...

    is it true that when you have some fat on your belly. its than difficult to do all stumac and belly movemend???? is it because the muscles on your belly is unvisible because of the fat you have there???

    does someone knows this???

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    I don't know for sure, but personally I find my bellyrolls better visible when I'm not sitting straight so it looks like I've more fat on my belly.
    Also, I've had a lesson from a chubby teacher and I found her belly movements very clearly visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loubna View Post
    oow was forget to ask this...

    is it true that when you have some fat on your belly. its than difficult to do all stumac and belly movemend???? is it because the muscles on your belly is unvisible because of the fat you have there???

    does someone knows this???

    This has nothing to do with the fat ...is all about your muscles...so you have to learn how to work with them

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    thank you Moon and Prinsess

    Bud what is the secret behind this movemend.
    Prinsess i understand that i must work out myn muscles...bud how.
    When you you say workout the muscles do you mean sitt ups or pull and push myn belly in and out?????

    when i see some bellydancers do this fast moves in and out....it looks like they do it on the stumac area?

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    look at rachel brice do a belly roll. she clearly doesn't have much meat on her!

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    Hi Loubna,

    with bellyshock do you mean bellyflutter (als je buik als het ware 'trilt'?)
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this is done by contracting and releasing the upper muscle in your belly, the muscle in the diaphragm area (de bovenste van je buikspieren achtereenvolgend aanspannen en loslaten, 'middenrif' I think this is called). If you train this really well, you will be able to speed up your flutter in a while. This might take longer for some people. I still don't really get it to become faster.

    In the beginning it might help to hold your breath 'halfway' to give you a better feel of what you're doing with this muscle. (half inademen en dan je adem inhouden om deze spier beter te voelen)

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yshka View Post
    Hi Loubna,

    with bellyshock do you mean bellyflutter (als je buik als het ware 'trilt'?)
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this is done by contracting and releasing the upper muscle in your belly, the muscle in the diaphragm area (de bovenste van je buikspieren achtereenvolgend aanspannen en loslaten, 'middenrif' I think this is called). If you train this really well, you will be able to speed up your flutter in a while. This might take longer for some people. I still don't really get it to become faster.

    In the beginning it might help to hold your breath 'halfway' to give you a better feel of what you're doing with this muscle. (half inademen en dan je adem inhouden om deze spier beter te voelen)

    Good luck!

    thank you
    Yes i mean the bellyflutter!! thank you for explean it for me in Dutch too!!
    i think it is the upper muscles to? i can viberate the under muscels better then the upper. Bud i think is just a question of practise.

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    Dear Loubna, you're very welcome. If you keep practising you will get there. Try to really feel which muscle you are using Next try to isolate it and contract separately from the other muscles.

    Then try speeding it. I'll practise along lol (ik kan het alleen langzaam hehe )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loubna View Post
    oow was forget to ask this...

    is it true that when you have some fat on your belly. its than difficult to do all stumac and belly movemend???? is it because the muscles on your belly is unvisible because of the fat you have there???

    does someone knows this???
    I've seen a lot of fat people dance who look great and have great clarity but it does look different on different body types - a person who is not only skinny but also lean and muscular will have a whole different look, but it's all good.

    I swear I saw a dancer not only flutter the upper alone but also the lower alone and each lower side alone - she swore anyone could learn

    It's just hard and takes practice, in out in out in in out out etc.,
    Last edited by Gabi; 12-17-2006 at 02:57 AM. Reason: additional comment on flutter

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