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5 Simple Belly Fat Burning Exercises for Beginners

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Belly fat is the most irritating accumulation of fat around the abdomen region. This is a dangerous health hazard because it can cause many internal problems. The most frequent problems faced by people with belly fat are high cholesterol, heart stroke, hypertension, heart attack, diabetes and many others. Do ab exercises and crunches or choose to do cardiovascular exercises along with a weight loss diet

5 SIMPLE belly fat burning exercises for beginners

Causes of Belly Fat?

  • Overeating.
  • Poor Metabolism.
  • Genetics.
  • Hormonal Changes.
  • Dining Late at Night.
  • Poor Sitting Posture.
  • Not Getting Enough Protein in Your Regular Diet.
  • Stress And Diseases.
  • Sagging Muscles.
  • Sedentary Lifestyle.
  • Consuming Low-Fat Foods More Often.
  • Drinking Carbonated Drinks Regularly.
  • Depriving Yourself of Sleep.

1. Crunches:

There is no better exercise that you can think of to reduce belly fat than crunches. It will help you to easily burn stomach fat and if this exercise is coupled with a proper diet intake, then you can see effective results in quick time.

Crunches for belly fat (2)

  • Lie flat on your back on a mat. Bent your knees with your feet touching the ground.
  • Now place your hands just behind your head.
  • Take a deep breath and lift your upper body off the floor. You need to exhale when you are lifting your body.
  • When you bring your body back to its original position you need to inhale. Once you come up you need to exhale.
  • Do this for 10 times and then repeat for two or three more sets.

2. Walkout from Push up Position:

Walkout from Push up Position

Why it works: This abs exercise involves full-body movement, such as using the arms and legs, while incorporating resistance to strengthen your entire core.

How To Do It:

A. Start in pushup position with hands two inches wider than your shoulders.
B. Walk hands out as far as possible, then walk back. Do 10-12 reps.

Make it harder: Lift one leg before you walk your hands out and back.

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