How to: Lay on your back with knees bent and feet flat. Hands behind your head or across your chest. Use your abdominal muscles to lift your upper body toward your knees, then lower back down without fully resting your upper body.
How to: Try a push-up with your hands beneath your shoulders. Engage your core and stand straight from head to heels. Stay in this position as long as possible with appropriate form.
How to: Sit on the floor with bent knees and flat feet. Lift your feet and lean back slightly maintaining your back straight. Twist your torso right and left, tapping the ground beside you, holding your hands together.
How to: Lay on your back with hands under hips and legs straight. Raise your legs straight to perpendicular to the floor. Lower them slowly without touching the ground.
How to: Lying back, put your hands behind your head. Pull your right elbow to your left knee and straighten your right leg. Switch sides and pedal with your left elbow to your right knee.
Get into a plank with your wrists beneath your shoulders. As you run, bring one knee to your chest and swap legs while engaging your core.
How to: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and weights or medicine balls in both hands. Rotate your torso and lower the weight diagonally to engage your core. Repeat on the other side from the start.
A smaller waistline requires cardiovascular exercise and a nutritious diet. Always consult a fitness professional or healthcare practitioner before starting a new workout regimen, especially if you have pre-existing issues.
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