Eat a low-calorie diet, drink plenty of water and perform cardiovascular and strength-training workouts up to six days per week to reduce your body fat to levels low enough to make the v-shaped area of your lower stomach visible. The length of time it takes to develop a v-shaped stomach depends on your current body fat percentage and how disciplined you are with your diet and exercise regimen.Continue Reading
Eat five small meals per day to rev up your metabolism. Eat complex carbohydrates at one or two of your daily meals and vegetables and protein at all other meals. Good complex carbohydrate food choices include oatmeal, legumes, yams and rice. For protein, consume skinless turkey or chicken breasts, protein shakes, fish and egg whites. Eat whatever green vegetables you enjoy.
Drink up to 10 glasses of water per day to curb hunger pangs and prevent your body from retaining water. Carry a bottle of water with you everywhere you go.
Engage in cardiovascular exercise sessions lasting 30 minutes or more up to six days per week. Give your body at least one day of rest per week to fully recover.
To carve out a v-shaped lower stomach, fitness expert Brenda Kelly recommends the following workout: four sets of 25 crunches, four sets of 15 leg lifts and four sets of oblique twists. Use perfect form on every repetition, and concentrate on tensing your lower abdominal region.