I'm Greg McLean, I've got a great home remedy today for a big stomach. We're gonna focus on two exercises, one that works on the abs, and another exercise for the low back, teach the two to work together as that internal weight belt, protect our bodies from injuries and keep that stomach nice and tight. So the first exercise is the double crunch. So what's really important on this exercise is we keep the knees, feet, ankles glued together your entire time. What we're gonna do as we come back and come back over the knees, two things really important, one is making sure that my chin is up so I'm looking over my knees when I come up, and I don't want the exercise to be jerky. I want to come up, hold for about a one count at the top so I get a good squeeze, almost like I'm trying to pop a balloon between my abs and my knees, and then come back down on the ground and relax. So second exercise is gonna be the bridge where we really queue in the abs and low back to work together as one. So a few things that are really important on this exercise. One if I was to look in a mirror, my shoulders should sit directly over my elbows, and my heels directly over my toes. As far as in my low back, I want to make sure that I don't have that sway in that low back. My butt should be up so that I'm squeezing my glutes, and my back looks nice and flat, just like a table, drawing that stomach in, keeping that stomach tight, and as far as my chin it should be looking straight down, so if I put a ruler at the top of my head down on the bottom of my back, it would be nice and flat. So always make sure when you're doing these two exercises, we start with the double crunch, finish with the bridge, and that should get you well on your way to a tighter, flatter stomach.