4 Exercises To Burn Belly Fat

For men or women trying to lose their beer bellies, the key to doing so is to train and eat healthy.  Try these 4 exercises after your normal workout to burn that belly fat fast and begin to see defined abs.

Do these exercises for 30 seconds each without resting in between movements.  After you’re done, rest for two minutes.  Then repeat three times.

1. Mountain Climbers


This move in great for your core.  You start out in pushup position and bring your right knee into your chest, as far as it will go, then go back to pushup position and do the same thing with your left knee.

2. Body-Weight Squats

Start in a standing position with your feet a little bit wider than hip distance apart.  Next, push your bottom back, bending your knees and pushing your body down as far as you can, pause for a few seconds and then push your body back up to standing position. When you do this, make sure that your knees never go over your ankles, instead keep them in line when you sqaut.  

3. Jumping Jacks

Most of us should know how to do these.  But in case you need refreshing, start out in a standing position with hands and feet by your sides.  jump out wide and bring your arms up over your head.  To try and challange yourself a little bit, you can clap your hands together over your head when you do your jumping jack.

4. Push-ups

For push-ups, make sure your body is aligned perfectly straight from your ankles to your shoulders. Make sure to tuck your stomach in and press your body down, bending your elbows, and getting as close to the floor as possible without touching it, then push yourself back up.          

Visiting a chiropractor regularly is a great way to make sure that your body is properly aligned after a great workout.


Remember to consult your physician or chiropractor before taking any health related advice.

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