Tummy tuck in 52 years old

I am having the hardest time retraining myself to hold my tummy in. I had such a huge overhanging belly for 20 years that it hurt my back to try to hold it in. Now I really want to retrain my body but it is hard to keep remembering. Does anyone have any tips or tricks?


  1. Sarah says:

    Doing exercises that engage your core are best. Remember to stand up tall with good posture. Shoulder blades together. Chin up. Hip tilted back toward your spine. It will take time to retrain.

  2. Linita says:

    Thanks ladies Sarah tomorrow is the big day. Are you ready?

  3. Sarah says:

    I think I am! Moving the recliner in right now!

  4. Michael says:

    One of the purposes of a tuck is to do this for you. The current tucks performed lack this feature. That’s why I invented

  5. Stephanie says:

    Did you mean you’re having a hard time retraining yourself to NOT hold your tummy in? I thought the tummy tuck surgery would fix that and I’m looking forward to that part of it.

  6. Michael says:

    Stephanie first you must realize that things are spelt the same. Each plastic surgeon will do the tuck differently and we have no idea how well her surgeon did the tuck and he may have not flattened her. Each tummy tuck patient has different abilities. Most women hold their abdominal wall in unconsciously. The hour glass tuck is a procedure that I invented and flattens the abdomen to as well as you sucking it in as hard as you can or better than you can. The current methods of tummy tucks don’t achieve this goal

  7. Lini says:

    I did not unconsciously or even consciously hold my stomach in for 20 years because it was too large and hurt my back to do so. The muscle repair sewed the muscles back together but I am still in the habit of just letting my tummy hang out. I have to retrain myself to hold my stomach in and use correct posture.

  8. Linita says:

    I am 52 years old

  9. Anthony says:

    How did u go about your weight loss fantastic work

  10. Linita says:

    Thank you. I did a couple of rounds of HCG a year over 3 years then diet and exercise al of last year.