In order to trim your waist and make it perfect, there is no other way but exercise. However, knowing which exact exercises are essential for this part of the body is most important. In order to lose the belly pooch, you don’t have to go to the gym or pay for expensive products.
“Core exercises” have taken over much of the training programs that exist today for an apparent reason. A good core helps you lift more, move better, and maintain stability throughout your body.
Begin this exercise by assuming a push-up position, but with your forearms supported.
Maintain a straight line from head to heels as you hold this exercise for 30 seconds for a total of four to five sets.
To keep your body in a straight line, you can contract your glutes, quads, and abs at the same time while holding the position.
Perform this exercise lying on your side on the floor or on a mat.
Next, place your forearm on the mat under your shoulder, supporting your body weight.
Place your top leg directly over your bottom leg, keeping your legs straight, with your knees and hips straight as well.
Hold this position for 30 seconds on each side for a total of four to five sets.
There is an easier version of this exercise that can be done with your knees bent.
Single-leg lowering exercise
Begin these abdominal exercises by lying on the floor or on a mat while keeping your legs straight toward the ceiling.
Keeping your legs straight, lower your right leg until it’s about 2 to 2 inches off the ground.
Then, return to the starting position and this time do it with the other leg. It is a single repetition.
Hip raise exercise
Begin these abdominal exercises by lying on your left side, keeping it perpendicular to the ground at all times.
Next, support yourself with your right forearm and raise your hips so that your body is straight from head to toe.
Lower your right hip until it almost touches the ground.
Then, bring your hips back up until your body is in a straight line as in the starting position.
This is a single repetition. Continue this abdominal exercise for a total of 25 repetitions in three sets and hold the push-up position for ten seconds. Repeat on the other side before resting.
Begin this activity by assuming the classic push-up position with your hands approximately shoulder-width apart and your legs straight.
Keep a straight line from head to heels.
Then, in a single motion, bring your right knee toward your chest while maintaining the push-up position, then return to the starting position and straighten your right leg again.