Burn that belly fat
Anumeha Chaturvedi December 1, 2007
Lie on your back. Bend both knees up to your chest until your thigh touches your stomach. Next, hug your knees and lock your fingers around it. Lift up your head until your nose touches your knees.
Start by lying on your stomach. Place your palms on the ground below your shoulders. Raise your upper body off the ground by using your back muscles. Raise yourself until your head is upright.
This one’s really not as complicated as the name suggests. Start by lying on your back, having your arms overhead and legs straight. Extend all your limbs. You are now straight from head to toe. Next, place your palms flat, pointing up to the ceiling and put your hands together. Now, contract your stomach muscles so that you can sit up, while keeping your back straight and your hand still over your head. Then, bend forward and grab your toes, keeping your head in between your arms. Your face will touch your knees. Hold this position for about 30 seconds and then slowly release.
This one’s considered to be one of the most effective exercises for strengthening the rectus abdominus. Lie flat on the floor with your lower back pressed to the ground.
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