Believe It Or Not, These Exercises Can Tighten Your Belly In Just 1 Month

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In this video I’ll show you 5 exercises to burn belly fat in just one month. Exercise 1 Start by laying on your back with your arms either side of you. Next, extend your arms and hold your hands straight in front of you pointing towards the ceiling. Bend your legs at a 90-degree angle and use your abs to bring your knees towards your chest. Don’t worry about a rounding of the back as that’s what your abs are designed to do. This exercise takes your abs through their full range of motion to create the largest stimulus and best results. Exercise 2 This second exercise keeps constant tension on your belly so that you really feel a burn by the end of it. Start with your back upright in a neutral position and your arms pointed out either side of you. Your legs should be extended out in front of you with a slight bend. Next, bring your knees towards your chest and your arms inwards as if you were going to hug your knees. Reset to the starting position without letting your heels touch the floor in order to keep constant tension on your belly. Exercise 3 The third exercise is a side crunch which targets the obliques on the side of the torso and hits one half of the abs more. Lie on your side with your knees bent at a right angle and place your hands behind your head. Without using your arms to pull you, crunch with your abs so as to bring your chest towards your hips. Exercise 4 This Exercise is a great way to target the lower belly and keep constant tension on the abdominal area. Keeping that same right angle in your knees, raise your legs into the air so that your thighs are perfectly horizontal. Grab the top of your head to stop yourself from pulling upwards, and bring your elbows towards your knees. Exercise 5 This final exercise is a step up from exercise 4 and provides the added benefit of stretching out your hamstrings and glutes. Lift your legs fully into the air as straight as possible so that the bottom of your feet are facing the ceiling. Next, extend your arms out in front of you and use your abs to crunch upwards, bringing your fingers as close to your toes as possible.




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