When we eat excess calories than our body can metabolize, the unutilized excess calories are stored in various places in our body. The most prominent part for the storage of excess fat in the hips and belly. When this excess calorie stored as the fatty tissue around the hips, and belly, It serves as a source of concern for people due to its ability to disrupt the shape and figure of the body.
If you want to strengthen your hips and belly muscles, watch these incredibly easy exercises you can do with your everyday tasks. Even if you can't find the time for complex physical exercises, you can forget about spending hours for your workout with this short program. It is a short, concise, and efficient routine to lose those stubborn belly fats from your belly and hips.
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#1. Side Plank Dips
- Begin in a side elbow plank on your right side with straight legs and your feet stacked.
- Inhale and lower your pelvis to the floor, so your right hip hovers just off the floor. Exhale and press up through your right waist to lift your pelvis and return to side plank. Pull your right shoulder blade down your back to stabilize your shoulder.
- Repeat for a total of 10 to 15 reps to complete a set, then switch sides. Do three sets.
- Stand with your back straight and feet shoulder-width apart. Spread your arms straight out to the sides.
- Lift your right knee up and move it across your torso to point at your left hand. Hold the position for a moment and then lower the leg to the start. Perform five to 10 reps on your right leg.
- Lift your left knee up and move it over to point at your right hand. Hold that position for a moment and then lower the leg. Perform five to 10 reps on your left leg.
- Alternate from leg to leg, and add a hop in between each repetition to make the exercise more challenging.
#3. Mountain Climbers
- Begin in a pushup position, with your weight supported by your hands and toes.
- Flexing the knee and hip, bring one leg until the knee is approximately under the hip. This will be your starting position.
- Explosively reverse the positions of your legs, extending the bent leg until the leg is straight and supported by the toe, and bringing the other foot up with the hip and knee flexed. Repeat in an alternating fashion for 20-30 seconds.
#4. Rear Leg Raises
- Place yourself on your hands knees on an exercise mat. Your head should be looking forward and the bend of the knees should create a 90-degree angle between the hamstrings and the calves. This will be your starting position.
- Extend one leg up and behind you. The knee and hip should both extend. Repeat for 5-10 repetitions, and then switch sides.
#5. Jump Squats
- Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart.
- Start by doing a regular squat, then engage your core and jump up explosively.
- When you land, lower your body back into the squat position to complete one rep. Land as quietly as possible, which requires control.
#6. Donkey Kicks
- Start on all fours, with your hands directly under your shoulders and your knees directly under your hips.
- Keep your right knee at a 90-degree angle as you slowly raise your leg behind you until your thigh is almost parallel to the floor.
- Pulse your flexed foot toward the ceiling by squeezing your glutes. Your back should remain perfectly still in a neutral spine. The motion should be small and controlled with the muscle doing the work and not momentum.
#7. Toe Taps
- Begin by laying flat down over the padding facing upwards. Make sure legs are bent at the knees and feet are flat on the ground. Your hands should be flat at your sides.
- Begin by contracting your hamstrings, driving up your upper legs while flexing your core. Try to keep feet off of the ground while simultaneously switching feet to stagger resistance. Try not to cheat with your feet on the ground during this exercise.
- Movement is complete once you cannot lift the leg any further. This will usually happen as a result of your muscles being fully stretched.
#8. Squats With Kickbacks
- Stand with your feet touching. Hold your hands comfortably in front of your chest or on your hips, and bend your knees, lowering your hips deeply so your thighs are parallel with the floor. Be sure to keep weight back in your heels.
- Then rise back up, straightening the legs completely, and lift the left leg behind you for a back kick. Lower the foot back to the floor in a narrow squat position.
- Do another squat and then straighten the leg. Do a back kick with the right leg, and step the right foot back to meet the left.
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