Do you want to get rid of lower belly fat? A little discipline and doing these simple exercises will help you have results for sure!
At one point in life, most people worry about how they look physically, especially when it involves gaining weight in all the wrong places.
Even the slender people sometimes, struggle with fat on the lower belly. It is so stubborn; most people end up giving up on it. If everyone had a choice, more than 90% of the world’s population would love to have flat stomachs like those of models they see hitting the runways on TV. Unfortunately, this can be far from the reality, putting into perspective genetics and more so, the temptations junk food puts us through. It is so sad!
The good news is that, with a little discipline, you can look that good too, if you are willing to work on it. This article compiles four exercises can help you get rid of lower belly fat. The beauty is that if you do them daily, you will see the results in the shortest time possible.
In fact, they are so simple and you won’t even need to hit the gym. You can do them at the comfort of your home.
1. Leg Circles
Lying flat on the floor, with the back and head touching the floor and gazing the ceiling, keep your arms alongside your body. Lift your legs at a 45 degrees angle off the ground. Spread your legs apart bringing them close to the ground. Before it touches the ground, bring them to the original position. Do this several times to engage your abs.
Lying straight on your back and arms lying straight by our sides. Make sure to keep your legs at hip’s width apart then lift them to 45 degrees angle of the ground and stay in the position for a while. You can as well raise the legs high in the air making sure not to arch your back.
3. Leg Hold Ups
Lying flat on your back like the latter,also with legs at hip’s width, lift your legs up in the air and stay in the position for a while then bring the legs down. Do it slow making sure to control it so that it can be effective.
4. Flutter Kicks
Lying flat on the floor and keeping your arms against the body, lift your body onto your forearms, make sure to spread you arms wider for support. Lift the legs a little off the ground and criss-cross them. Alternate the legs when crisscrossing and tighten up your belly to keep the back straight and flat.