Belly fat is not just aesthetically bad for you, but also can be harmful to your health. If belly fat is not controlled, over a period of time, you can develop heart borne diseases, diabetes, and high blood pressure. To get rid of your pooch, all it takes is a bit of a personal commitment, a few changes in your diet and strict workout regimes. Scroll over as we bring some of the best exercises that you can easily follow to remove that flab from your belly and get your body in shape :
Lie straight on the floor and lift your upper body off the ground.
Keeping your arms straight above your head an toes pointed away, bring your back in slightly curved position.
Start rocking your body back and forth with your abs engaged and maintains your body in hollow form.
Do not raise your legs too high and use your lower back to keep the movement going.
Follow 50 moves.
Lie on the floor with your knees bent.
Lift your upper body to form your body into V shape and bring your arms in front of you.
Make sure your hands perpendicular to your torso.
Twist your torso to right and bring your arms parallel to the floor.
Hold the position to 1 to 2 seconds and return back to starting position.
Repeat the move on the other side and follow 50 reps.
V-ups work on your upper and lower abdominal muscles.
Lie flat on the floor and keep your arms at the ears.
Keeping your legs straight lift your legs off the ground and raise your upper body to form a V shape from your body.
Bring your arms to reach your toes without bending your knees.
Return back to hollow position and follow 50 reps of the exercise.
Begin the exercise by bringing your body in hollow form with legs straight in front of you and arms behind you.
Bring your left leg and upper body of the floor in a 45-degree angle and try to touch your right hand to your left foot with your leg straight and close to the torso.
Hold left arm to the side for balance. Return to starting position and follow the move on another side. Follow 50 reps.
5.Full Weighted Sit-Ups
Lie straight on the floor with your arms on sides and hold a weight in your hands close to your chest.
Lift your upper body for 4 seconds and with your torso perpendicular to your legs.
Lower your upper body for 4 seconds back in starting position and follow the movement for 1 minute.
Stand straight on an exercise mat with your feet together.
Bend your hips and bring your palms on to the floor to form a push-up position.
Maintain the push-up position and keep your hands under your shoulders and try to walk your feet up close to your hands.