The most common problem that people face when trying to lose weight is getting rid of the abdominal fat. As we normally use our hands and legs daily, they remain thinner; however, the abdomen is the area where fat tends to buildup the most. Often times, no matter how hard people try, the abdominal fat doesn’t go away.

In a lot of cases, this is a result of only trying to lose weight, instead of building the muscles as well. Namely, cardio will not suffice if you want to lose abdominal fat and build your muscles. You will need to perform toning exercises that will shape your body and help you eliminate belly fat in no time.

Let’s take a look:

Crunches

This exercise is excellent for tightening of the abdominal muscles.

Butterfly crunches

First, lie on your back and pull up your knees. Keep the feet flat onto the ground. For optimal results, face the feet towards each other. Next, tighten the abs and then raise the upper torso from the floor. Hold the pressure for a second and then go back to the primary position. One repetition should last 3 seconds. The hands can be placed however you find it most comfortable.

Planks

Lie on your stomach and then place the elbows onto the ground and the forearms in front of you. Next, flex the abs and lift them from the floor. Only the toes and forearms need to touch the ground. Hold the position as long as you can.

Front-plank

Hold the body straightened for 20 seconds. If you want to strengthen your obliques, begin exercising with one elbow, and then turn the body to the side. The hips need to be faced toward the floor.

Scissors

Lie on your back and put the hands behind the head. Contract the abs and raise the left knee. Touch the right elbow with it. Afterward, switch the sides and repeat the same movement. Do 10 to 15 repetitions from 3 seconds.

All exercises need to be done in one take and the total time for this is around 90 seconds. Then, pause for 30 seconds and then repeat the exercise 5 to 6 times. If you need longer pauses, you can take them. As the time passes by, you won’t need to pause as much as in the beginning. These exercises will take away no more than 10 minutes of your time. It may seem short, but they’re highly beneficial.

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The most common problem that people face when trying to lose weight is getting rid of the abdominal fat. As we normally use our hands and legs daily, they remain thinner; however, the abdomen is the area where fat tends to buildup the most. Often times, no matter how...