Showing posts with label Exercises to Get a Flat Stomach. Show all posts
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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

10 Minute Exercises to Get a Flat Stomach #shorts #flatabsworkout #flatstomach #how #flatbelly #...

A flat stomach is a common fitness goal, and incorporating short yet effective exercises into your routine can help you achieve it. Here's a 10-minute workout that targets the core muscles and works towards a flatter stomach:

Warm-Up (2 minutes):

Start with a brief warm-up to prepare your body for the workout. Perform dynamic movements to increase blood flow and flexibility. Examples include:

  1. Jumping Jacks (1 minute): Stand with feet together, then jump while spreading arms and legs.
  2. Torso Twists (1 minute): Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and twist your torso from side to side.

Main Workout (6 minutes):

Perform each exercise for 1 minute, moving from one to the next without rest. Complete the circuit twice.

  1. Plank (1 minute): Hold a plank position with your body in a straight line from head to heels. Engage your core muscles.

  2. Russian Twists (1 minute): Sit on the floor, lean back slightly, and lift your legs off the ground. Twist your torso to touch the floor on each side.

  3. Mountain Climbers (1 minute): Start in a plank position and bring one knee toward your chest, then switch legs quickly in a running motion.

  4. Bicycle Crunches (1 minute): Lie on your back, lift your legs, and bring one knee toward your chest while twisting your torso to touch the opposite elbow. Repeat on the other side.

  5. Leg Raises (1 minute): Lie on your back and lift your legs toward the ceiling, then lower them back down without letting them touch the floor.

  6. Plank with Hip Dips (1 minute): From a plank position, rotate your hips to one side, dipping them toward the floor, then switch to the other side.

Cool Down (2 minutes):

Finish with a cool-down to help your heart rate return to normal and promote flexibility:

  1. Child's Pose (1 minute): Kneel on the floor, sit back on your heels, and reach your arms forward, lowering your chest toward the floor.

  2. Seated Forward Bend (1 minute): Sit with legs extended, reach for your toes, and gently stretch your lower back and hamstrings.

Remember to listen to your body, modify exercises as needed, and stay consistent for the best results. Additionally, combining this workout with a balanced diet and overall healthy lifestyle will contribute to achieving and maintaining a flat stomach.

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