Belly fat is one area that most people find hard to get rid of. Going to the gym and following a healthy diet are helpful. Yet, you may be dissatisfied with the results. Here are a few simple exercises you can do at home, to effectively burn your belly fat quickly.
Despite what the name suggests, you don’t need a bicycle for this.
Lay flat on the floor and keep your hands behind your head
Bend your knees, and keep your feet off the ground.
Push your right knee close to the chest while keeping the left one away.
Now alternate between the two.
Do this, just as you would ride a bicycle.
Do it in sets of 10, twice a day.
This is one exercise everyone can try, to lose belly fat rather easily.
Keep your feet apart as you stand and your knees slightly bent.
Put your hands in front, a position parallel to the ground, and align them with your shoulder.
Lunge forward, take a step forward with your right leg, and sit as if on a chair. Your knees have to make a 90-degree angle with the floor. Keep your left leg at the back and on your toes.
Keep your spine erect and ensure you don’t bend it forward.
Twist the torso to the right and then the left.
Perform sets of 15, twice a day.
Rolling Plank Exercise
The rolling plank trains the muscles around your abdomen, hip, and lower back.
Lay flat on the floor, with only your elbows and knees touching the ground.
Let your neck be aligned to your spine
Lift your knees up and support your legs on your toes.
Contract your knees and keep breathing.
Stay in that position for about 30 seconds each time you do it.
Now move on the floor, in the manner of rolling.
Lay flat sideways
Support yourself on your right elbow and right leg. Keep your left leg above the right, and the elbow perpendicular to the shoulder.
Your knee needs to be straight and your hip shouldn’t touch the ground.
Stay in the same position for about 30 seconds each time you do it.
While you are in this position, you may also lift the leg on the top and bring it down again. This makes the exercise more effective “ it works not only your abs, but also your thighs and hips.
Variations of this exercise includes knee plank, rocking plank and reverse plank.