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This One Move Can Reduce Your Bloating In 30 Seconds Flat

Ray Bass, NASM-CPT
mbg Associate Movement & Wellness Editor
By Ray Bass, NASM-CPT
mbg Associate Movement & Wellness Editor

Ray Bass is the associate movement and wellness editor at mindbodygreen and a NASM-Certified Personal Trainer. She holds a degree in creative writing from the University of Pennsylvania, with honors in nonfiction.

Image by Sarah FitzGerald / mbg
May 12, 2019

At mindbodygreen, we believe that movement is an essential part of life. Movement, like food, can be its own form of medicine—it can connect us to the earth, to our community, and to ourselves. That's why we created Movement Cures, a video series that underscores our bodies' ability to heal itself through movement. From common aches and pains to the occasional (or chronic) bloating, we're asking experts for their best answers to our everyday woes and sharing Movement Cures that can help you feel better.

Bloating is one of those ailments that, at some point or another, plagues us all. Menstrual cramps, indigestion, or food intolerances are common culprits, but sometimes knowing the cause doesn't matter—because all you want to do is make it stop.

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For certified personal trainer, sub-elite marathon runner, and Flywheel instructor Emily Fayette, doing this move—which she's dubbed the "double knee torso-twist"—helps relieve a bit of the tension and discomfort caused by bloating.

Interested? Tap play below to watch Emily break it down. (Psst...wanna snag her shoes? Get them from Reebok here.)

Want more tips for bloating? Here are 11 ways to get rid of it, and the healthy foods that might be causing it.

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Ray Bass, NASM-CPT
Ray Bass, NASM-CPT
mbg Associate Movement & Wellness Editor

Ray Bass is the associate movement and wellness editor at mindbodygreen and a NASM-Certified Personal Trainer. She holds a degree in creative writing from the University of Pennsylvania, with honors in nonfiction. A runner, yogi, boxer, and cycling devotee, Bass searches for the hardest workouts in New York (and the best ways to recover from them). She's debunked myths about protein, posture, and the plant-based diet, and has covered everything from the best yoga poses for chronic pain to the future of fitness, recovery, and America's obsession with the Whole30 diet.