5 Easy Steps to Flatten Your Lower Belly

Farah Fala


5 Easy Steps to Flatten Your Lower Belly

Getting rid of the lower belly fat is actually feasible with the right diet and exercise. Summer is here and so are beach outings with family and friends. Though you usually try as much as possible to follow a healthy diet, your abdominal area can still gain some weight. If you are looking to maintain a slim and fit body, here are five amazing workouts you can incorporate into your daily fitness routine to flatten your lower belly. At the same time, make sure to follow a healthy diet too, by limiting sugar and carbs (we know it’s hard but we’re in this together). 


Leg Raising Exercises

This is one of the simplest and easiest exercises. Relax yourself and lay on your back, then raise both legs upwards. Make sure that your legs remain straight. You can complete four sets of 10 workouts each.




The U-Boat Exercises

First, do some warmup exercises. Then, lean back with your elbows on the ground, and slowly move your legs to the right then to the left keeping slightly lifted above the ground. Repeat this workout for four sets, each of 15 exercises.




Scissors Leg Raising Exercises

After some warmup and stretches, lay on your back with your hands and elbows on the ground. Then, raise your legs upwards in the form of scissors. You can repeat this move for four sets, each set for 30 seconds.With better practice every time, sure it will seem easier.




Multi-set Exercises

With your legs bent, start with alternating single leg pulls. Next, do some knee crunches, bicycle crunches, alternating leg crunches, leg pull, and scissor crunches. End with hollow crunches. Repeat each exercise 4 times. For faster results, you can do 6 consecutive sets with a 10 seconds rest between one set and another.




Sit-up Exercises

Take a breath, lay on your back with your knees bent, your heels on the ground and your toes raised up. Cross your hands over, and slowly move them towards the ground. You can repeat this exercise for 50 times. Challenging, right? But sure it is worth a try!