Belly fat can be stubborn and challenging to get rid of, but with the right combination of exercises, you can effectively target and reduce it.

In this article, we will explore seven exercises that are known for their ability to help you shed excess belly fat and achieve a flatter and more toned midsection.

Remember, while exercise is important, it should be combined with a healthy diet and overall lifestyle changes for optimal results.


  • Place your hands behind your head and raise your legs.
  • He moves his legs like you’re riding a bicycle.
  • 15 repetitions on each side.

Standing crunches

  • Stand with your hands behind your head.
  • She raises one leg and tries to touch the corresponding elbow with her knee, making an approach movement with her body.
  • Then do the same with the other side.
  • 15 repetitions on each side.

Up-down planks

  • Start in a high plank. Bend one arm to bring the elbow and forearm to the floor.
  • Continue with the other arm to be in a plank with your forearms.
  • Starting with the arm you started with, push up until you reach a high plank.
  • Continue, alternating the first side down with each repetition.
  • 15 repetitions.

Foot touches

  • Start by lying on the padding facing up.
  • Bend your legs at a 90-degree angle.
  • From that position, lightly touch one foot to the ground and return to the previous position.
  • Then do it with the other foot.
  • 15 repetitions on each side.

Side plank with rotation

  • Lie on your left side on the mat and place your elbow directly under your right shoulder.
  • Bring your legs, knees, ankles and feet together.
  • Tighten your abs.
  • Push your right elbow into the floor while lifting your glutes and hips off the floor until your left shoulder, left hip, and left foot are in a straight line.
  • Raise your right hand and extend it.
  • Turn your torso downward and pass your left arm under your body.
  • Twist back into the side plank with your arm up.
  • Between 10 and 12 repetitions on each side.

Mountain climber

  • For this exercise, you have to get into a plank position and bring your left knee towards your chest, you have to put it back and then pull your right knee towards your chest, replicating the look of a climbing movement.
  • Repeat the movement for 30 to 60 seconds.

Lateral push-ups with dumbbells

  • Stand with your feet slightly wider than hip-distance apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand.
  • Lean to the right, squeezing your waist on the right side.
  • Keep your neck as neutral as possible, looking forward, not down.
  • Then return to the starting position and do the push-up on the other side.
  • Between 10 and 12 repetitions on each side.