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How To Burn The Worst Kind Of Belly Fat

This post is for you if you’re trying to reduce weight and get in shape. To begin, pay attention to the basics: eating at a calorie deficit, strength training on a regular basis, and doing cardio exercise. The fat will start to melt off as a result of these healthy habits. There are various sorts of fats in your body; today’s article will discuss visceral fat—also known as abdominal fat—and the greatest floor exercises for boosting visceral fat burn.

Visceral fat, which is found in the abdominal cavity (also known as intraabdominal or belly fat), can cause a variety of serious health issues, including stroke, high cholesterol, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. This is why melting it away is so critical (via WebMD). The fat surrounding your organs is simpler to eliminate than subcutaneous (the stubborn fat that is under your skin).

To increase your body’s fat burning capacity, you should do exercises that are high intensity and combine HIIT cardio with strength training activities that challenge your muscles. There are some floor routines you may utilize in place of equipment if you don’t have access to a gym or prefer working out at home. Start doing the following exercises as soon as possible to boost your visceral fat burn. Do 3 to 4 sets of these movements one after another or in a circuit pattern.

1 — Pushups

Begin in a plank position with your body positioned in a straight line over the ground. With your feet together and your shoulders lined up with your wrists, begin by bringing your feet closer together and lowering yourself under control until the chest touches the ground. Then push yourself back up, flexing your pectoral muscles and triceps to end. Do 3 to 4 sets of 10 to 15 repetitions each

2 — Alternating Reverse Lunges

Take a long step back with one leg. Touch the ground with your knee, then come up. Repeat on the other side. For each leg, do 3 to 4 sets of 10 repetitions

3 — Plank to Pushup

Get into a forearm plank stance with your back and core taut and your glutes squeezed. Begin by pushing up with one hand and then the other, finishing with the opposite arm. Repeat the motion on the other side. Do 3 to 4 sets of 6 to 8 reps per arm.

4 — Cross-Body Mountain Climbers

Start with a pushup position, with your shoulders in line with the wrist and your feet fully extended. Maintain tight abs and flex your obliques at the end of bringing one knee toward the opposite elbow. Before repeating the motion with the other leg, return to the pushup position. Continue alternating back and forth, tightening your core throughout all of it. Complete 3 to 4 sets of 10 to 15 reps for each leg

5 — V-Twist

Lie flat on your back while bending your knees 90 degrees and pull one knee up to your chest. Keep your core taut, curl up, and reach to one side while  at the same time extending your legs out. Crunch strongly at the top, return to beginning position, then crunch up on the opposite side. On each side, do 3 to 4 sets of 10 repetitions.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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