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After years of rigorous weight training, plenty of former athletes end their playing days and subsequently let their once steely cores morph into paunches and their rock-hard biceps atrophy into flab.
The growing clamor for greasy bacon, sausages stuffed with supple lard, and pork chops oozing with deep, scrumptious, oleaginous flab is so strong, in fact, that a problem has developed.
Maximize your body's flab-burning potential by hitting the gym first thing in the morning.
The heated, 14-way adjustable bucket seats with SVR headrest embroidery are bolstered just enough to keep the flab in place but aren’t so aggressive as to induce pain.
Americans spend a fortune each year trying to get rid of fat, but the flab often creeps back, despite our best efforts.
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First Known Use: 1951See Words from the same year
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