Let’s be honest…losing Belly Fat is hard! Many exercises may benefit parts of the body, but often fail to target the fat burning process in the abdominal area. Diets such as Juice Cleanses and consuming Apple Cider Vinegar can definitely help in bringing on good health and speeding up your metabolism which will eventually eliminate that round belly, but if used with a few key exercises you can shred that stomach fat quickly and have a great body to boot. In this post we are going to look at The Best Exercises To Lose Belly Fat.
Quality over Quantity
The key to these two exercises is never stopping. If you find yourself breaking or losing form, you’re done. These exercises may seem easy, but it is definitely no walk in the park. The goal is to do 15 reps of each exercise. Once completing the set of 15, then you do it again at 14, then 13, and so on and so forth…until reaching 1. Again, the goal in this exercise is not stopping and perfect form. If you find yourself unable to do 15 down to 1, that is totally okay! You may find that starting at 8 or 5 may suit you better until you make it further in your fitness. You can also take a breather and do it all over again. When doing this workout, you will find that you get excellent cardio, you can feel those muscles pumping, and you will also continue to burn calories far after the workout is done much like running can do. However, unlike running, these exercises will target and pinpoint key areas much better than running.
Stand over the kettelbell and spread your legs a little over shoulder width apart. Crouch down bending your knees and pick up the kettlebell with both arms straight. With the kettlebell between your legs swing the kettlebell up to chest height with your arms straight. Be sure to tighten your glutes and thrusting your hips forward to propel the kettlebell up. Let the kettlebell fall naturally back down between your legs. Use the force from the upswing of the kettlebell to help as you thrust forward with your hips and tighten your glutes again. During this exercise, be sure to face forward and keep your back from doing all the work. It should be your hips and glutes creating most of the lift. Repeat until you have achieved your number of reps and then proceed immediately to the next exercise.
Again, standing with feet slightly shoulder-width apart, bending with your hips and knees, squat down placing your hands to the ground. Kick both feet out behind you into a push-up position. Do a push-up and kick your feet back into your original squat down position. Instead of just standing up, explode straight into the air reaching up into the sky. That is one rep. Repeat until you have achieved your number of reps and then repeat the set of two exercises again. Remember to go from one exercise to the other with no breaks until you have reached one rep per exercise. I recommend doing this routine at least four times a week.
These two exercises will target more muscles than running could ever do, and you will be burning fat hours after the workout is finished. If you can stick to this routine, you will see impressive results in no time. If you want to speed up the effectiveness of the exercise, I recommend a Good Diet and Effective Supplementation.