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1) Seated Hand Push
Sit on a chair with your feet on the floor and knees bent at 90 degrees. Place palms on the knees. Keep your palms and arms stationary and push the knees outwards against the palms as if you were trying to push the palms away. Simultaneously, press your hands inwards to prevent your thighs from pushing your hands outwards. This isometric contraction should be held onto for a minute while breathing normally. Release position and move to the next exercise.
2) Seated Leg Raise :
Be seated on a sturdy chair with your feet on the floor and knees bent at 90 degrees. Rest your hands on the sides of the chair. Exhale while lifting and extending your right leg. Hold position for 30 seconds and breathe normally. Now inhale while lowering your right leg and then repeat the same with your left leg. Then move onto the next exercise.
3) Seated Bridge :
Be seated on the edge of a chair with your feet on the floor and knees bent at 90 degrees. Rest the palms on the sides of the chair. Exhale while lifting your hips and letting your palms and feet support your body weight. Keep lifting your hips till your body resembles the shape of a bridge. Hold position for 20-60 seconds and breathe normally. Release and get back to exercise 1.Repeat exercises 1-4 again and you are done!
Fighting Belly Fat :
There are many people who want to learn Stomach Weight Loss Exercises or exercises to burn belly fat. You can find them below:
The side plank is an abs exercise that is more challenging than the traditional plank and the reason is that you are supporting your entire body weight on only 2 points of contact instead of 4. As a result, the side plank makes your body’s core work harder to stay stabilized.
How to do it:
- a) Lie on your left with your elbow beneath your shoulder and legs stacked on top of each other. Place the right hand on the left shoulder or the right hip.
- b) Lift your hips off the ground till you are balancing on your forearm and feet so that the body is in a diagonal line. Hold position for 30 to 45 secs. Switch sides and repeat the exercise.
Walkout from Pushup Position
This particular abs exercise uses the whole body and provides resistance to strengthen your core.
How to do it:
- a) Begin in push-up position with your hands 2 inches wider than the shoulders.
- b) Walk your hands out as far as you can and then walk back. You can do 10 to 12 reps.
This exercise uses the entire core to help in stabilizing your body and burns more number of calories when you drag yourself on the floor.
How to do it
You need something that will slide on the floor. Dinner plates or plastic bags work on the carpets while you need towels for wooden flooring or tiles.
- a) Begin in the pushup position with your feet on the plates or towels.
b) Walk forward with your hands till the end of your track (minimum 10 yards). Rest for 60-90 secs and repeat the alligator walk back to the point where you started. Repeat this once more.