Here's how to lose belly fat in 45 days
If you find yourself in a shortage of time for doing exercises for weight loss, these quick exercises are definitely for you.
Most people can agree that belly fat is one of the most stubborn and difficult things to lose. And it often gets confusing as to where should one start while setting out to reduce weight for the very first time.
That's why below presented is a list of exercises that will guide and help everyone to get started immediately on their exercise regime
This exercise will also help those people who avoid doing exercises because of a shortage of time because they can be completed in a span of 20 minutes and can be done anywhere.
These exercises, if done correctly and consistently, will help reduce stomach fat as well as overall weight in 45 days.
1. Leg Raise
Leg Raise is the first of these helpful exercises. This can be done by lying on your back flat on the ground. Then raise both your legs together slowly in a big arc until they are straight upright. Hold it there for a while and then return to the starting position.
To do this exercise, you lie flat on your back on the ground. Then raise your legs and lift your head up with your hands behind your head, forming an arc with your body as shown in the video above. Push your legs alternatively as if riding a bicycle, and time it with an alternate lift of your shoulders as well.
To do V-ups, lie flat on the ground with your hands stretched up beyond your head. Slowly raise your legs as well as your body and extend your hand as if trying to touch your feet. Keep your legs straight while doing it.
Facing toward the ground, bring your thighs on the ground and place your elbows, hands, and forearms on the ground. Then curl the toes under your body and hold your spine and upper body parallel to the ground with the support of your forearms.
5. Side Plank Hip Lift
Place your body sideways on the ground. Use your forearm to lift your body higher and support it. Hold the position for a while and then return to the original position as shown in the video above.