5 Exercises to Define Your Belly if You Are a Beginner

Not only are there exercises to make our abdomen look flat, or to get the much desired abdominal muscles like a board, in many other cases, it is necessary to perform exercises periodically, in order to prevent fat from gaining ground in the abdominal area, waist and hips.

These exercises can be a great ally to prevent you from accumulating abdominal fat. At the same time, you can be working the upper and lower abdominal muscles to achieve a flatter stomach.

5 Exercises to Define Your Belly

The following exercises can be performed in combination, alternating repetitions between them, or they can be performed in the order shown, performing 3 sessions of each exercise.

1. Sit-ups with extended legs

5 Exercises to Define Your Belly if You Are a Beginner

To perform this exercise, we must lie down and begin with our legs bent close to the chest. Next, we will try to extend the body until the legs are as stretched as possible, without resting the head on the floor. All the force will be concentrated in the abdominal muscles. Perform 12 to 15 repetitions, in 3 complete sets.

2. Abs with elevated legs

5 Exercises to Define Your Belly if You Are a Beginner

To perform this exercise, we must lie down and begin with our legs bent close to the chest. Next, we will try to extend the body until the legs are as stretched as possible, without resting the head on the floor. All the force will be concentrated in the abdominal muscles. Perform 12 to 15 repetitions, in 3 complete sets.

3. Abs with bicycle

In this case, the exercise consists of performing the classic bicycle movement, with the variation of trying to touch the elbow with the opposite knee. Perform 12 to 15 repetitions, in 3 complete sets.

4. Waist and abdominal work

5 Exercises to Define Your Belly For beginners

We must try to touch the opposite side of the arm with our hands, trying not to lose our posture.Perform 12 to 15 repetitions, in 3 complete sets.

5. Crunches with plank

5 Exercises to Define Your Belly For beginners

We start from a position similar to that of the plank, but we must bring one leg back, as if we were doing a backward kick, and then we bring the knee to the chest, thus completing a movement.Perform 12 to 15 repetitions, in 3 complete sets.

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