Plastic Surgeons Can Now Sculpt Belly Fat Into a Weird Chiseled Six-Pack

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    Actually getting your butt to the gym can often be harder than the workout itself, but there might now be a shortcut for getting a defined set of six-pack abs. Researchers at the University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine have developed a new plastic surgery technique called abdominal etching that can reshape belly fat to make you look like you spend all your time at the gym.

    As detailed in a study recently published in the Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, abdominal etching uses a more targeted approach to power-assisted liposuction, a technique where a vibrating tube connected to an aspirator removes subcutaneous fat deposits through suction. A plastic surgeon uses these same tools to sculpt multiple layers of a patient’s abdominal fat to accentuate the natural abdominal muscle lines—typically six for men, and three vertical lines for women. Based on the patient’s preferences, the sculpting can be tailored for softer, shallower abs, or a more-defined and chiseled look, as well as improving the definition of hip lines.

    But if you haven’t stepped foot in a gym in your life, and can’t imagine the torture of performing even a single sit-up, this procedure is not going to turn you into a fitness model overnight. The study included 50 patients in total (26 men and 24 women averaging 26 years of age) who were already in excellent shape thanks to healthy diets and regular exercise but struggled with shedding unwanted deposits of belly fat.

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    As with most plastic surgery procedures, there are specific guidelines that have to be followed after an abdominal etching is complete. That includes the use of sculpted foam dressings that have to be worn for several weeks to help preserve the etched lines as the body heals, but also regular visits with a doctor to check for complications that are common to these types of procedures. Even more important is the continuation of a healthy lifestyle, including rigorous exercise after four weeks to maintain the definition of the newly enhanced ab lines. You, unfortunately, can’t walk out of the hospital and slump back down on the couch for six months and expect to look like an Adonis.
     
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    I would do both sides.

    I can't lie. If I had the money and my diet and workouts really were not getting me there I'd do coolscupliting but this is a lot more than I'd want to go for surgically. It's not that serious but I'd be good with less back fat and love handles.
     
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    I think a little belly fat is sexy... However, your chest better be real so I can feel on it and the nice ass gotta be real too.
     
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    That 'after' pic is not what comes to mind when I think of what I should see AFTER writing a check. It doesn't even look like muscle.
     
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    You nailed it. I'm gonna save my money until they can match the natural results of hard work, good eating and good genetics, look at them pics the plastic one is freaky symmetrical, it doesn't flow and express the bodies dynamic. His plastic shaped abs are just on the brink of The Uncanny Divide,somehow not right and unsettling to look at Plastic.jpg 704968-497366f216afb-large.jpg 1109602-5cc30c7677128-large.jpg for more than a brief glance.
     
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    I think another problem with the dude with the plastic abs is that his upper chest doesn't look as toned as his abs. Also some men have natural symmetrical abs and some men don't.

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    Why Do My Abs Look Crooked and Do I Need to Do Anything to Change Them?

    Your rectus abdominis is the major muscle in your abdomen. This long and flat band of fibers, which extends from your pubic bone to just under your ribs, sits over your organs and helps to keep them in place.

    The muscle is divided in half, and each half is divided into three segments of connective tissue, also known as the six-pack.

    If you’ve worked hard to get a six-pack, it can be a little disheartening to notice that your abs look crooked. The thing is, asymmetrical abs are pretty normal, and people with perfectly symmetrical features of any kind are few and far between.

    Though there are other possible causes, most of the time uneven abs are nothing to worry about and just a matter of genetics.

    Research shows that genetics also play a role in body fat distribution. Uneven fat deposits in the abdomen might contribute to an asymmetrical appearance, though you may be able to remedy that with training.

    Dysfunctional musculature

    The appearance of crooked abs may have less to do with your ab muscles and more to do with other muscles in your body. The back muscles, for instance, provide stability for your spine.

    Muscle damage or weakness in the back can lead to improper alignment of the spine. This can result in one side of the spine being higher, which can cause the muscles and associated connective tissues on that side to become overstretched.

    The result is an offset or lopsided appearance in your six-pack.

    If dysfunctional musculature is the cause, you may notice that one shoulder is higher than the other. You may also have back pain.

    Imbalance from athletic training
    Imbalanced training can lead to one side of your core being worked more than the other.

    There’s research to support uneven muscle development in people who play sports that are predominantly one-sided, like tennis or golf. The muscles in the overworked side of the body become thicker.

    The same can happen in weight training and strengthening if you favor one side more than the other when doing abdominal work. It’s possible to do this without even realizing it. Paying extra attention to posture and technique can help.

    Uneven abs from scoliosis
    Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. In scoliosis, the spine can take on an S-shaped or C-shaped curve. The curvature usually develops just before puberty and is often mild, but it can become more severe over time.

    Scoliosis causes one shoulder and hip to appear higher the other, which can make the abs appear uneven. There’s evidence that scoliosis causes asymmetry in some abdominal muscles, such as the transversus abdomninalis, though not the specifically the rectus abdominis.

    If you have scoliosis, you may also notice that one shoulder blade is more prominent than the other. Back pain and breathing problems are also possible depending on the severity of the curve.

    Plastic surgery may also be an option.

    Exercises
    You may be able to correct some asymmetry by exercising both sides of your core individually.

    The key is to use exercises that lengthen the abdominals and those that require your spine to resist rotation. Posture and technique are key, so keep your shoulders back and down while doing the exercises.

    Here are three exercises for uneven abs:
    • Side plank. Lie on your side with your forearm on the floor directly under your shoulder. Push your hip up and off the floor and hold as long as you can while keeping your body straight. Repeat.
    • Dumbbell suitcase carry. Choose a weight that’s heavy enough to provide a challenge and place it on the floor next to your foot. Flex at the hips and knees and keep your chest up to pick up the weight with one hand. Maintain a straight posture and carry the weight as far as you can before placing it on the floor and repeating with the other hand.
    • Woodchops. You can use a cable, kettlebell, or medicine ball to do this exercise. Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart and use both hands to hold the cable, kettlebell, or medicine ball above one shoulder. With your arms extended straight, pull down diagonally across your torso to the opposite knee without twisting your torso.
    Uneven abs surgery
    There are cosmetic surgery procedures that can be used to make your abs look more symmetrical. Liposuction can be used to remove excess fat from areas that may be making your abs look uneven and to create a more contoured appearance.

    4D VASER high definition liposuction is a procedure that’s done by extracting fat and reinserting it back into the abdominal area to sculpt. The fat is used like clay to create a defined and sculpted look that can enhance and even the look of your six-pack.

    Takeaway
    Even bodybuilders who’ve dedicated years to sculpting their bodies often have staggered or uneven abs.

    Just like your eye color and the shape of your toes, your abs are determined by genetics, and there’s little you can do about it outside of having cosmetic surgery.

    If your appearance is causing you distress, speak to a doctor. Otherwise, having a six-pack — no matter how uneven — is something to be proud of.

    Uneven Abs: Genetic and Musculature Causes, Plus Treatments
     
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