When it comes to belly fat, even slimmest of us are not blessed with flat belly, you really have to work for it. Only through diet control you can stay slim, but to get flat tummy you have to work on your abdominal muscles
All of us spend our maximum time on chair, so today in this post I will share some simple yet effective chair exercises that can help you get rid of stubborn belly fat.
#1. Sitting Crunches
Sit on the edge of the chair with your hands on the back of your head while interlocking your fingers. Lean back with your back straight.
2. Now, lift your chest towards your knees, contracting your abdominal muscles.
3. Exhale as you crunch forward and inhale as you return to the starting position.
4. Keep your core engaged throughout the exercise.
5. Do 15 repetitions and 3 sets of this exercise.
#2. Knee Raise
Keep your feet flat on the floor as you sit upright.
2. Place your hands on each side of the chair.
3. Life one knee towards your chest, keeping your foot flexed and your back straight.
4. Hold it for a moment, keeping your foot flexed and your back straight.
5. Keep your core engaged. Now, lower the foot back down to the starting position.
6. Alternate legs and repeat the movement for at least 15 repetitions. Do 3 sets of this exercise.
#3. Side Bends
Sit upright on a chair with your feet planted on the floor.
2. Place your hands on either side of your head, with your elbows pointing out to the sides.
3. Now, bend towards your right, keeping your torso aligned and your left hip grounded on the chair.
4. You should feel the stretch on the left side of your body as you lower toward the right.
5. Hold it for a while and repeat on the other side. That completes one repetition.
6. Do at least 15 repetitions to reap the benefits.
Sit on the edge of the chair with your back straight and hands on either side of the chair.
2. Extend your legs straight in front of you, hovering them slightly above the floor.
3. Lift your right leg upward as high as you can while simultaneously lowering your left leg toward the floor.
4. Keep your legs straight and cross them over each other again. Keep your core engaged while you do this.
5. Do at least 20 repetitions of this exercise and you can increase the count gradually.