waistline


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waistline

a line or indentation around the body at the narrowest part of the waist
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6 cm] waistline and you're telling your men that they should have [86.
Theoretically participants in this challenge would have to have a waistline of 25 inches.
But Dr Anna Hansell of Imperial College London said: "It's too soon to blame your waistline on traffic noise.
To maintain a healthy weight and waistline, it is critical to incorporate weight training with aerobic exercise.
As well as looking better in clothes, shrinking our waistline offers some serious benefits for our long-term health.
One o'clock or appendix carry is great for concealment and facilitates a quick draw, since the gun has to travel less distance to the target than other waistline carry methods.
These simple swaps will help to wean you off the habitual "sugar fix" and help to control your weight and your waistline, and help to provide you and your family with a future free from obesity and the chronic diseases that can come with it.
Following close behind, the regions with the largest average male waistlines are Wales (91.
Pear shapes suit waistlines that rest slightly below the natural waistline, like Citizens of Humanity, amber boot cut jeans, pounds 215.
While a common perception is that men carry more weight around their middle, government figures show 44% of women in England have a large waistline, compared with 32% of men.
Scientists found that having a large waistline doubled the likelihood of an early grave.