A simple question that emerges is that people should be concerned with the relationship of having six pack abs and if the stomach upsetting can prevent a man from autofellate (self-oral stimulation of his own penis).
The six-pack abs does not affect the ability of a person to perform an autofellatio. In fact, such attention in the stomach region can help a person to accomplish autofellation.
The reason is that there are "airplanes" running up and down before the body (the anterior) and behind the body (buttocks). Such airplanes are made up of fascia and muscles. The planes connect, literally, your toes in your head. And they spread the balance to one another. Which is to say that they have a synergistic purpose in their design and situation – they work together to maintain balance through muscular opposition.
Imagine getting a Barbie doll. He should stand (build), if his feet are properly positioned, without falling off. However, if you bend his upper body and try to stay on his own, what will happen? He can not stand when his center-of-gravity is re-positioned. Here, he falls. The same is true if you extend her upper body back. Under these conditions, when you try to stand on his own two feet, he will fall back.
These teachers are the value of the appropriate "physical" physical body in the body. If the posture of the body is biomechanically balanced, then a person can stand straight without much effort from the muscle group (s) needed to maintain the balance.
And in relation to these planes: They make against one for posture balance. If the anterior (front) plane is stronger than the plane (back) airplane, then a person will be pushed to the distortion. If the posterior plane is stronger than the anterior plane, it will cause the body to extend again. (We will call the "Barbie's problem.")
The problem is that many of us have poor posture. Most of these are due to working in tables throughout the day, poor sleeping positions, and carving chairs. Most of our storage states are poor-based on the position. When we get imbalances in our bodies like this, some muscles / muscle groups will be stronger (and more tense), while the other (s) will be weaker (and worse).
This imbalance strengthens our muscles to cure and work harder to stabilize or equilibrate the "natural" positioning of our body. What does that mean? This means that your muscles are working hard to maintain your position (in three-dimensional space) neutral. Under normal conditions of postural and biomechanics, muscles do not have to contract to maintain your body's balance (should be normal tonnes enough). With posture improperly based on its appearance in the body, the result is that stresses obtained from counter-balancing in combat muscle groups will force the other (against, balancing) of the ) muscles to counter-balance the effect of your absent-based, insufficiently balanced body.
Back to six-pack abs: By strengthening the abdominal area, we help counter-balance the effects of poor spinal posture and weakened spinal muscles. Remember our Barbie doll and "Barbie's Problem"? When he tried to stand in a flexed or extended position he fell. This is because his center of gravity was moved from his normal epicenter. Since Barbie is a plastic doll, his opponent muscle groups can not counter the balance of this change as the result of re-positioning his center of gravity (because he does not have any real muscles). So, that is, he dropped.
However, in people who flex or expand our upper bodies (with an unchanged pelvic position), the muscles against the contract will cope with the possible post so as not to lose our balance and fall. It is an unconscious protective mechanism that all the animals have.
This is why people with poor posture almost always lose at the end of the day. Even one is "working" on a table work. What happens is that some muscle groups are constantly "working" to get your body to have a balanced position so you can work in your "environment." This constant force drags the body of tons of energy. The sequences of such severe imbalances and tension show tight and strain in (counter) -balancing muscles in the body. This can lead to headache, insomnia, and a common feeling of illness. One is tired, tired, and lost at the end of the day.
Return to six abs abs and their potential impact on autofellation: Because people spend a great deal of time in their sitting time, often in poor postural positioning, most of us tend to have weakened stomach muscles. What is the blocking effect? This usually means we have more tense, shortened, and contracted buttocks (leg muscles). Muscle / muscle groups respond only to years of poor posting; as well as having a counter-balance on our weakened abdominal muscles (they tend to go hand in hand).
For most people, therefore, strengthening of the abdominal muscles will not only strengthen these muscles, but because of the counter-active side of the balance in the leg's legitis, it can help most of us to have a better spruce. This leads to fewer calories burned by unnecessary muscles that need to be contracted for no reason. It also means that, by restoring normal biomechanics, this is actually the help of increasing spinal flexibility. This is because the normal biomechanics of the body are re-introduced by / by strengthening the (normal) part of the belly of the reposal tonus. It restores the body's natural-equilibrated posture by biomechanically forcing muscle barrier to "relax" and return to their normal and non-tensioned / strained states. It removes the tension of the muscles behind. Tension "cure" allows for more spinal tenderness because there is no less force against these muscles.
In essence, the strengthening of your abdominal muscles will increase your autofillate ability.