Best Exercises to Lose Belly Fat:
People trying to lose belly fat usually do it WRONG.
The real problem that most people face when trying to lose stubborn unwanted fat is that they focus on the wrong things.
Here’s exactly what that means in a simple equation:
Diet > Exercise
Sure exercise is important, but in the world of health and fitness, diet is 80% of your results and exercise will account for around 20%. It’s an important 20%, but people need to understand this.
If someone is eating a ton of Twinkies at lunch and then doing a few crunches at home in the evening, they should not expect abs anytime soon.
Those are the facts.
If you’re now wondering: “Ok, well what do I eat?”
You have to maintain a low calorie diet too!
Exclude the sweet and sugary food items from your diet completely at least for 4 weeks! You can eat once in a while but don’t make a habit of it!
Exclude the soft drinks, hard drinks etc. and all kinds of oily and junk food items!
Add a few food items in your diet such as:
Egg whites (6–7 at least per day)
Boiled/roasted chicken at least once in 2–3 days
Dry fruits- almonds, walnuts (must include)
Fruits and salad- banana, orange, watermelon, cucumber, and apple (must include)
Drink 3–4 liters of water per day!
Get at least 7–8 hours of sleep per day!
You will want to watch that over before getting started with these exercises! Ok, now it’s time for us to move on to the actual exercises you should be doing to lose belly fat.
Workout for abs:
Lie on your back, legs straight and together.
Keep your legs straight and lift them all the way up to the ceiling until your butt comes off the floor.
Slowly lower your legs back down till they’re just above the floor
This is the #1 rated abs exercise for effectiveness in the world!
The only thing to watch out for is that you move too quickly throughout the movement. Go SLOWLY, and emphasize each rep.
Start with 3 sets of 35 repetitions on each leg. Work up towards 50 on each side
Start in a traditional plank — shoulders over hands and weight on just your toes. With your core engaged, bring your right knee forward under your chest, with the toes just off the ground. … Keep switching legs and begin to pick up the pace until it feels a little like running in place in a plank position.
To begin, lie straight and face down on the floor or exercise mat. … Simultaneously raise your arms, legs, and chest off of the floor and hold this contraction for 2 seconds. …
Slowly begin to lower your arms, legs and chest back down to the starting position while inhaling.
This variation, also one of the most common ways to perform a plank, is slightly easier than holding the body up with just the hands. Place the forearms on the ground with the elbows aligned below the shoulders, and arms parallel to the body at about shoulder-width distance. If flat palms bother your wrists, clasp your hands together. (Note: Any of the following plank variations can be performed with straight arms or in a forearm position.)
Do 10 minutes cardio after the weight training on the weight training days when you train other body parts, that will help in reducing overall body fat and only when you achieve a low body fat percentage, your abs can be seen.
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