9 Amazing Easy Ways To Get A Flat Belly

Belly fat glance aesthetically bad. It can speculate serious proportions and affect long-term health, if not controlled at the right time. If you thought that only dieting will decrease your belly fat, then you are wrong. If you honestly want to lose weight, you have to include an hour of workout in your daily routine for targeting and reducing belly fat. Losing the fat around your belly can be a conflict.In inclusion to being a risk element for many diseases, excess belly fat may make you feel distended and depressed.If you dream of having a flat belly, this article may help you what you need.If you want to get a flat belly? If your answer is yes then try these exercises and get the sexy belly you've been dreaming about, no matter what your fitness level. For these, you’ll need a mat.

For Beginner:-

1.V-Sit Pull-Back:

  • Sit with knees bent, legs together, arms at shoulder level in front of you.
  • Engage abs and lean back slightly.
  • Rotate torso to right and pull elbow back to tap mat.
  • Return to start. Switch sides; repeat.
  • Do 20 reps total, alternating sides.

 Note: Keep your neck relaxed while you crunch.


  • Get into plank position (abs engaged, back straight, forearms on floor, legs extended).
  • Lift hips toward ceiling, keeping back and legs straight, abs engaged; hold for 2 counts.
  • Lower to plank.
  • Do 10 reps.


  • Lie faceup with arms out to sides at shoulder level, legs together, abs engaged.
  • Lift legs straight over hips.
  • Keeping an upper body on mat, slowly lower legs 45 degrees to the right.
  • Lift legs back over hips.
  • Repeat to left. Do 10 reps total, alternating sides.

For Intermediate:-

4.Kneeling Heel Twist:

  • Kneel on a mat with hips above knees, abs engaged.
  • Place hands behind head, elbows out.
  • Keeping hips centered, rotate torso to right and reach right hand toward the right ankle.
  • Return to start; repeat to left side.
  • Do 12 reps total, alternating sides.

5.Plank Swipe:

  • Get into plank position and stack left foot on top of right heel.
  • Keeping back and legs straight and abs engaged, lift left foot slightly, then kick left leg out to side.
  • Return to stacked position. Do 6 reps.
  • Switch legs; repeat.

6.Air Circle:

  • Lie faceup with legs together, arms extended straight up, abs engaged.
  • Keeping the upper body on mat, lift legs straight over hips.
  • Draw a big circle on the ceiling with legs.
  • Change directions; repeat.
  • Do 12 reps total, alternating directions.

For Advanced:-

7.Scissors Pull-Back:

  • Start in V-sit, feet lifted, shins parallel to the floor.
  • Extend left leg as you rotate to right; tap elbow to mat.
  • Return to start. Switch sides; repeat.
  • Do 16 reps total, alternating sides.

8.Plank Walk-Up:

  • Get into plank position.
  • Keeping back straight, abs engaged, and legs together, "walk" hands into full push-up position (hands directly under shoulders, elbows slightly bent).
  • Gently walk hands back down to plank.
  • Do 5 reps without lowering to the floor.

9.Side Scissors Crunch:

  • Lie faceup with legs together, arms overhead.
  • Engage abs and lift legs straight over hips.
  • Crunch up as you lower legs out to sides and reach hands through legs.
  • Lower upper body and bring legs back together.
  • Do 15 reps.


About Vini

Dr. Vini qualified from the St Georges University of London in 2010. She has worked within the NHS since qualifying and in the private sector for the last 4 years. she has a vast amount of experience dealing with complex muscular-skeletal disorders and post-operative rehabilitation. She is very passionate about what she does and ensures she keeps up with the latest research by attending regular courses.

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