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10 safe exercises to get rid of belly fat easily. So, you want to end the vicious cycle of failed attempts to get rock hard abs. Here are 10 exercises that will help you get your belly in perfect shape.
Change into your gym clothes, Robyn, an exercise mat, and exercise ball and let’s get this started.
Remember to do a short warm-up first to avoid any injuries before you break into a sweat.
Lie down on your back. Lift your legs about 12 inches off the ground and keep them straight. If that’s too hard for you right now, start by lifting one leg at a time. Do 10 to 15 reps and add two to five more each day you work out. In the meantime, you’ll do 10 reps lift at the counter.
Ready to go!
This exercise will help you build up your lower back and strengthen your abdominal muscles. Keep your legs straight, lift them higher.
A few more, three, two, one.
Take a five-second rest.
Continue lying on your back, then your legs and raise them so that your calves are parallel to the floor.
Straighten your right leg and move it slowly. Bending it toward the floor like you’re forming us. Circle.
Continue with the left leg moving like you’re peddling a bicycle. Start with five reps and add a couple of reps each time you work out.
Ready start pedaling based on a study by the American Council of Exercise. The bicycle maneuver holds the top spot for the most effective abdominal exercise.
Whoa, that was easy.
Take a five-second breather.
Continue line with your hands by your sides. Palms down. Raise your legs at a 90-degree angle to the floor and keep them straight.
Slowly start to pull up your shoulders and upper chest. Hold for a second and then lie down.
If this is too hard for you at the beginning, start with your knees slightly bent. Start with 10 reps and added five each time you work out.
Great. Look at the counter and go.
The waist crunch or vertical leg crunch helps build your core muscles and increases your metabolism. It also improves your posture and balance.
Three, two, one
Take a five-second.
Stay lying on the mat. Put your hands behind your head, then your knees and keep your feet on the floor.
Slowly move your knees toward your shoulders. Pause when you reach your race line and slowly return your feet to the floor.
Start with 10 to 15 reps and at five each time. 10 reps are fine for now.
Go reverse crunches. Strengthen your lower abdominal muscles, which are the main target of this exercise.
It can treat lower doses, a condition where your lower back curves forward. It’s a spine problem, common in pregnant women and obese people.
Don’t give up.
You’re getting there in five,
four, three, two, one.
All right, five-second rest.
Don’t get up yet.
Crunches are awesome, right?
But you are more awesome because you’re almost halfway done with this exercise routine. Then your legs so your calves are parallel to the floor.
Bend your elbows and put your palms under the nape of your neck. Move your right knee towards your shoulder, lift your head and upper chest and try to touch your right knee with your left elbow.
Go back to the starting position. Repeat by switching the arm and leg.
Keep a significant distance between your limbs.
If you don’t feel strong enough, one repetition is equal to two elbows, knee touches. Start with 10 clear.
Are you ready?
Begin Bicycle crunches. Work your upper, middle and lower abs.
It’s a full abdominal exercise. If you want an eight pack, this is the perfect workout for you.
In addition to your abs, it also targets your hips, hamstrings, quadriceps, chest, shoulders, and back muscles.
Okay, rest for five seconds.
You need an exercise ball for this part, also known as a balance or stability ball.
Lie on top of the exercise ball. Keep your feet on the floor and your knees bent. Put your hands behind your head.
Be careful, slowly lift your head and chest. Start with three sets of five setups each.
When you feel stronger, increase each set to 10 ups.
Are you ready?
Keep your eyes on the counter.
According to a study by the Department of Kinesiology at Occidental College in Los Angeles, crunchies performed with an exercise ball, improve abs by 38%.
Certified fitness ball instructor, Suzanne decent. Highly recommends this exercise because you’ll feel almost no pain in your spine while doing it as opposed to crunches performed lying down.
Is She Right?
Do five more
done. All right.
Have a five-second rest.
Stay in the same basic pose on the exercise ball. Lift your chest while straightening your hands. Try to reach the ceiling as if you’re reaching for an invisible magic apple with your hands.
In a previous exercise, you were riding an imaginary bicycle. Now you’re stretching your arms to the skies and hoping that a miracle will happen, like turning your belly into sexy rip dabs.
But no, you need to lie on top of a giant dancing ball and okay, you got that.
Start doing three sets of five lift ups. Eat when you feel stronger, increase each set to 10 lift ups.
This exercise will challenge your balance, muscle coordination, and presence of mind.
It targets your core biceps, triceps, test, and shoulders. Once you get the hang of it, you can use dumbbells.
Pretty exciting, right?
Reach as far as you can. Last five lifts, four, three, two, and one.
Take a five-second breather.
You deserve it.
It’s time to stand up, please.
Your feet a little wider than your shoulders. Face your left foot to the side and your right forward.
Bend your right knee. Put your half-bent right elbow on your right knee. Lift your left hand and stretch it over your ear.
Gently bend your body to the right. Staying in the same position. Switch hands.
Touch your left leg with your left arm and raise your right hand.
Bend to the left. Move slowly. Don’t hold your breath. Remember to keep your back straight. Perform five reps change sides and repeat.
Look at the counter ready!
It’s time to stretch your muscles after those back-bending exercises.
Warrior stance is a yoga pose and it strengthens your legs, chest, and arms. It also improves the body and mind connection.
Still, Bend your back. Three more to go.
Have a five-second rest.
You need your exercise Madigan for this one. Get down on your hands and knees slowly lift your leg parallel to the floor while reaching your right hand forward.
Move your leg and hand to the side. Hold that pose for three seconds.
Now put them back on the floor and change arm and leg.
Remember to keep your back straight. Start with five reps, adding another five. When you feel stronger, it’s your turn to do it.
Are you ready? Go.
Do you feel your muscles burning?
The awkward airplane is a Yoga exercise that improves your legs, arms, shoulders, and hips. It also corrects posture and balance.
Two more to go.
And done. Cool. Whoa.
Take five seconds.
Are you ready for the finale?
You’ll be surprised by how easy it is.
Lie on your belly, on the net. Straighten your hands in front of your head. Raise your hands, head, upper chest and legs slowly move your hands so they meet behind your back.
Return your hands to the front. Lie Down again.
Repeat five to seven times. Can you do it seven times?
Of course, you can.
The sea turtle is a workout used in boot camps. It targets your posterior deltoids, glutes, lower and middle abs, and room voids.
But don’t imagine yourself as a turtle. Imagine your superman or wonder woman while doing this exercise.
Last three and done your unbelievable.
Which of the routines in this video did you enjoy the most?
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