This workout routine targets your core muscles which will tighten your abdomen. As a result of the workout you will have a smaller and, flatter stomach. Do two sets of these 5 moves in routine twice a week, and it will take not much time before you say goodbye to that belly flab.
These workouts do not include crunches. These easy to perform workouts will help you have flat tummy and have great abs.
You must be consistent and patient to see the amazing results to get ready for summer.
1. Revolved Abdomen Pose:
What It Does It works your abdomen muscles
How to Do It Lie on your back with your arms T-shaped and legs raised perpendicularly to the ground.
Drop both legs slowly to the right, stopping before touching the ground. Hold the position for a deep breath, exhale and return to starting position. Repeat the other side. Switch to 20 reps, 10 on each side.
2. Abdomen Vacuum:
What It Does It stretches the diaphragm and other deep core muscles
How to Do It Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet on the ground. Inhale and raise your arms over behind you. Raise your back slowly until your hips are very high. Exhale as your stomach relaxes, moving your back down. You notice that natural vacuum has drawn your belly in. Repeat 7 to 10 times.
3. Raised Leg Lift:
What It Does It improves your posture by working the diaphragm and the iliopsoas muscles
How to Do It Lie on the floor with your hips resting on a pillow or towel. Put your arms above your head, palms facing up. Lift the left leg and raise your right a few feet from the ground. Hold and breathe deeply for 30 seconds. Repeat with the other leg, alternating 15 times on each side.
4. Leg Thread:
What It Does It improves agility, cardiovascular health, and stamina
How to Do It Squat with footrest aligned with the shoulders, palms on the floor. Extend the left leg to the side, keeping it parallel to the ground. Repeat with the right leg. Switch legs quickly. From 3 to 5 sets of 10 on each side.
5. Super Woman:
What It Does It will strengthen your core while toning arms and upper body
How to Do It Start in push-up position of arms but with your knees on the floor. Support the palms on a small towel. Slowly move your hands forward until your chest touches the floor. Release and return to start. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions each.