Simple Exercises To Reduce Lower Belly Fat!!!


Losing belly fat is not an easy task as we cannot spot-reduce it. The lower belly bulge forms deep within the cavity of the abdomen, between the abdominal organs. It ups the risk of heart disease and diabetes. The main cause behind the stubborn belly fat is sugary and fatty food as well as sedentary lifestyle.Other reasons include posture, age, and genetics. Although it is difficult to get rid of lower belly fat, it is not impossible. You need to lose fat from all over the body and focus on activating the core. Here are some exercises that will help you lose lower belly fat.

Arguably the best way to lose lower belly fat is exercising. If you are really serious about losing weight, you may need to put in an hour of exercise in your everyday routine to target and reduce lower belly fat. There are some great fat burning ab-exercises and in our article, we’ll show you simple exercises you can do at home and reduce your lower belly fat naturally.

1. Crunches

How to Do:

  • Start by lying down flat with your knees bent and your feet on the ground.
  • Lift your hands and then place them behind the head.
  • You can also keep them crossed on the chest. Inhale deeply.
  • As you lift the upper torso off the floor, you should exhale.
  • Again inhale when you get back down and then exhale as you come up.

2. Bicycle Exercise

How to Do:

  • Lie on the mat or on the floor and keep your hands either behind your head or by your side as you do in crunches.
  • Lift both the legs off the ground and then bend them at the knees.
  • Bring the right knee close to the chest, keeping the left leg out.
  • Then take the right leg out and bring the left leg close to the chest.
  • Alternate bending the knees as if you are using a bicycle.

3. Plank Twist

How to Do:

  • Begin with a full plank with your arms straight under your shoulders and your feet together.
  • Now, bend your right knee and bring it close to your left elbow by twisting your upper body and slightly bending your elbows.
  • Repeat the same with your left leg.
  • Try to do around three sets of 10 reps.

4. Russian Twist

How to Do:

  • Sit on the floor with your knees bent. Lean back your upper body and engage your core.
  • Keep your back straight and keep your arms extended in front of your chest.
  • Lift up your feet slightly, balancing yourself on the tailbone.
  • Now, twist your upper body to your right with your hands and shoulders rotating in the same direction.
  • Then, twist your body to the left with your shoulders and the hand moving in the same direction.
  • Repeat this for about a minute and return to the original position.
  • You can make it more challenging by leaning further back.

5. Roll Up

How to Do:

  • With your legs straight, lie on your back. Start by extending your arms and taking them behind your head to the maximum point of extension.
  • Inhale, move your arms towards the ceiling and roll your upper torso off the floor.
  • When you are halfway up, exhale, roll forward and reach your toes.
  • Inhale, reverse the movement; when you are halfway.
  • Exhale and return to the position from where you started.

6. Reverse Crunches

How to Do:

  • Start with lying on your back and knees curled at 90 degrees and arms on your sides.
  • Contract your abs, lift your knees and curl them towards your chest while exhaling.
  • While you inhale, lower your legs slowly and keep them on the ground.

7. Leg Raise

How to Do:

  • Lie flat on your back with your hands under the small of your back.
  • With your legs straight, raise them up off the ground to a 45-degree angle.
  • Open your legs and then close them.
  • Lower them to three inches above the ground and then repeat.

8. Slider Pike

How to Do:

  • Start in high plank position with both feet on sliders.
  • Squeeze low abs and pull feet toward your hands, lifting your hips toward the ceiling into a pike position.
  • Slowly push feet out to lower into starting position.