16 Aug Attack of the BELLY FAT! – video
Attack BELLY FAT! It’s the ultimate smack down.
Attack BELLY fat! Today we are attacking the belly fat! Here are the FIVE best ab exercises to help you get rid of the flab, attack belly fat, and get you that flat stomach! Are you ready?
Up Up Down Down
From your hands, in a plank position, raise up to your forearms one at a time, and then lower back down. Do 30 seconds on one side and then switch for 30 seconds on the other side. Make sure to keep your core engaged and your glutes tight.
Walk Out to a Push
From a standing position, slouch down to your hands and walk your hands out in front of you on the ground. Walk it all the way out to a plank position, and dip down for a pushup. Come up and walk back in and up. Do as many as you can in 60 seconds. You will really feel this shoulders and your core, but it is working your entire body.
Laying on your back, point your arms and your toes forward, press your lower back into the ground, and slightly lift your head by using your abs. Shimmy from side to side. You will really feel this in your abs! Do these for 60 seconds.
Side Plank With Leg Up
Take it up to a side plank. If it’s too hard for you to do it with your leg up, you can take it to a regular side plank with both legs down. If that is still too hard, bend your knee to the floor. Remember, it’s all about doing what is intense for YOU and aiming to progress. Whichever position you choose, hold for 30 seconds on one side and switch to the other side.
Pike Walk Out
This time, instead of walking your hands out, you are walking your feet out. Keep your hands stationary on the ground and walk your feet out behind you and then bring it all the way back in. Do as many as you can in 60 seconds.
So here’s the deal — you can’t spot reduce abs BUT you can improve the overall appearance of abs by doing exercises similar to the ones I just showed you and from changing our diets. I highly recommend following an unprocessed natural food diet along with your workout routine.
Go at your own pace. Depending on your level, this workout can take anywhere from 10 minutes to 20 or 30, and that’s okay! Do what is intense for you, and work toward progressing. Remember, it doesn’t get easier – you just get stronger.
Be HAPPY…Be HEALTY… Be FIT!