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Wednesday, April 25th 2012

11:37 PM

A-Z: V Cut

The V cut or Apollo's belt (also called iliac furrow) refers to the lines that start around the hip bones and end at the groin. It's easily identifiable in men even those with big bellies. Here are examples of V cuts:

Jamie Eason (fitness model) and Diether Ocampo (actor)

The actual line is called the inguinal ligament which is not a muscle. It becomes more prominent if you work on the abs (specially the lower portion and obliques) and have a low body fat percentage.

1 Comment(s).

Posted by Elizabeth:

I think I need to do some serious work on my abs!
Sunday, April 29th 2012 @ 4:33 PM