Most individuals are quite self-conscious about their protruding stomachs. The buildup of fat, especially around the midsection, causes your clothing to feel tighter as a result of unhealthy eating choices, bad living habits, and prolonged periods of sitting in front of computers.
Not only can carrying extra weight around your middle make you self-conscious, but it may also put your health at risk. Visceral fat has been related to increased risks of developing diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular disease, among other health problems.
Raise your right leg a little higher than your hip. Simultaneously, raise the left leg such that it is suspended a little distance above the ground. Put your back on the floor. Maintain this stance for 5 seconds, after which you will flutter kick with the other leg.
Raise your head and neck off the floor to increase the difficulty of the workout. First, stand with your feet hip-width apart and your hands on the handles of a pair of kettlebells.
Second, with your hips pushed back, bend your knees slightly and swung the weight between your legs. In the third and final stage, you will stand up, squeeze your glutes, and swing the kettlebell up to roughly chest height.
At the peak of your momentum, step four is to lock your elbows, keep your core tight, and squeeze your quadriceps and glutes. It's time to go back down low.
Second, bring your knees together and lay your head on the floor. Third, with elbows close to the body, pull your hands back under your shoulders so that your palms rest by your chest.
First, go down on the floor and sit up straight with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Second, maintain a hand position just above the hips. Put all of your weight into your hands and butt.