Most Effective Exercises To Reduce Lower Belly Fat

The lower belly is one of those seriously frustrating body parts, and it’s not even an entire body part, it’s part of a body part – the lower bit of your tummy. This vexing semi-body part is the bane of anyone who’s lost weight, toned up, put in the hard work, done everything right, but just can’t seem to shift that lower belly bulge. Arrgh! That little belly bulge standing between you and a flat tummy. It is a tricky problem, but a fixable one. Lower belly fat is the hardest to lose when you are trying to lose weight and tone your body. Exercises with the help of healthy balanced diet can help you achieve this challenging task of toning those pesky lower abs.

excercises to reduce lower belly fat

Mental focus is one of the key factor when engaging in workouts which involve the lower belly muscles. Our body posture also can make it look worse than it is. Correct posture, combined with proper fat busting diet and a killer exercise plan will help you loose the pooch much faster than you think.

Exercises To Reduce Lower Belly Fat:

1. Inching Elbow Plank:

Inching-Elbow-Plank

How to do it:

  • Begin in an elbow plank position, hands clasped, with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart.
  • Step your left foot towards your hands as you begin to lift your hips up slightly, quickly taking another step in with your right foot, lifting hips a little more.
  • Step the left foot in again, lifting your hips higher and then again with the right, so that your hips end lifted high in a pike position.
  • Slowly inch back out, reversing the way you walked in, until you return to the starting plank pose.
  • That’s one rep. Do up to 3 sets of 5 reps.

2. Reverse Curl with Ball:

Reverse-Curl-with-Ball

How to do it:

  • Lie on your back with your arms by your sides.
  • Rest your heels and calves about knee-width apart on the ball.
  • Tense your abs and, holding the ball between your heels and thighs, raise it off the floor.
  • Slowly, return to starting position.

3. Back extension:

Back-extension

How to do it:

  • Stabilize yourself on the ball, face down, so that only your feet are on the floor.
  • Place your hands on your lower back and slowly lift your spine off the ball.
  • Make sure that you don’t hyper extend your spine while you do this exercise.
  • Slowly return to starting position.
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