This advanced belly fat burning workout uses my top 10 favorite abs exercises all in one routine. It will help strengthen your core as well as sculpt it so those ab muscle can get more visible.
Many people think that in order to get a six pack or a nice toned stomach, you have to do hundreds of crunches everyday. That’s not true. In fact it’s kind of a waste of time and you’re not working out smart this way. The key to get a nice toned stomach is by reducing fat in the stomach area. Since it’s impossible to spot reduce fat, we need to focus on reducing overall fat. That can easily be done with HIIT and strength training workouts as those are very effective at burning fat and building lean muscle.
Don’t get me wrong. I still enjoy core exercises, mostly after a HIIT workout because you’ll get more benefits out of it that way. When I do core exercises alone it’s mostly just to strengthen my core. Having a strong core is very important for other training styles such as HIIT and strength training. That will definitely help prevent injuries.
The reason this workout is one of my more advanced ones is because the core exercises include weights, elevation and gliders. All of those make this routine that much more challenging. If you’ve never used weights for your core exercises then I suggest that you use light weights until you feel stronger and from there start to use heavier weight.
You can do this workout twice in a row, and every other day. Just not everyday. You never want to train the same muscle group two days in s row. Like I mentioned above it’s more effective when done after a great fat burning workout.
- Slow mountain climbers
- Elevated plank steps
- Russian twist (with weights)
- Bridged leg pull
- Arm plank circles
- Elevated bridge leg taps
- Plank leg pulls
- Hip dip leg twist (right side)
- Hip dip leg twist (left side)
- Russian twist (weights on arms and legs)
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