Lose Belly fat – Intermediate
BUTT BRIDGE –
The basic bridge isolates and strengthens your gluteus (butt) muscles and hamstrings (back of the thigh). When done correctly, the move can also enhance core stability by targeting your abdominal muscles and the muscles of lower back and hip.
STANDING BICYCLE CRUNCHES –
Standing bicycle crunch (also known as standing criss cross exercise) is a more functional variation of regular Bicycle Crunches that have been proven to be 248% more effective than standard crunches. Use this exercise to build up the functional core strength, improve balance and burn more calories while doing so.
CROSS ARM CRUNCHES –
The crossed–arms crunch is a basic body-weight exercise that strengthens the core and hips. Crossing the arms helps to prevent pulling the neck forward. The crossed–arms crunch is a basic body-weight exercise that strengthens the core and hips. Crossing the arms helps to prevent pulling the neck forward.
REVERSE CRUNCHES –
Reverse crunches are one of basic core strengthening exercises that also improve stability throughout the lower back, hips, and spine. The main purpose of this exercise is to provide your lower ab muscles with strength and flexibility. This exercise is not harmful as it can fix your posture as well.
FLUTTER KICKS –
Flutter kicks improve your posture, boost your stability and keeps balance, make better endurance, and injury prevention takes place. The move can also burn calories and help give you more defined abs muscles
RECLINED OBLIQUE TWIST –
increase the speed of core movements while playing tennis, racquetball, golf and other sports that involve swinging the torso.
MOUNTAIN CLIMBER –
Mountain climbers are great for building cardio endurance, makes core strength, and increase your agility to stay active. In this explosive move, your whole body muscles work actively and increase blood circulation from head to toe.
CLAPPING CRUNCHES –
Abdominal crunches are designed to tone the core muscles of the body. The exercise aids in strengthening the core muscles, improving the posture, and increasing the mobility and flexibility of the muscles. When these exercises are performed, the rectus abdominus and the oblique muscles are tightened.
The plank strengthens your spine, abdominal muscles, rhomboids and trapezius, which naturally result in a strong posture as they grow in strength. Makes your core strong and flatten your stomach.
SIDE LEG RAISE LEFT AND RIGHT –
Side leg raises targets this muscle primarily, which leads to several benefits, including: better range of motion in the hips. better body stabilization. use of muscles that aren’t usually active in those who sit for prolonged periods each day.
COBRA STRETCH –
Stretches muscles in the shoulders, chest and abdominals.
Decreases stiffness of the lower back.
Strengthens the arms and shoulders.
Active your mood.
Firms and tones the buttocks.
Energize the heart
Improves menstrual irregularities
CHILD’S POSE –
Releases tension in the back, shoulders and chest.
Prevent dizziness or fatigue.
Helps alleviate stress and anxiety.
Flexes the body’s internal organs and keeps them supple.
It lengthens and stretches the spine.