The bicycle crunch, Russian twist, and leg raises are three of the most effective exercises for reducing abdominal fat.
Sit on a mat. Place the palms of your hands flat on the mat behind you. Raise your legs from the ground and recline back slightly. This represents the initial position.
Recline on a mat. Place your palms under your pelvis.Raise your head, upper back, and legs from the ground. This represents the initial position.
On a yoga mat, bend your knees and rest your feet on the ground.Place your forefinger behind each ear. Hold your head's back with the remaining digits. Raise your cranium from the ground.
On a yoga mat, flex your knees and raise your feet off the ground.Place your forefinger behind each ear. Hold your head's back with the remaining digits.
Half Seated Reverse Crunch The half seated reverse crunch is an exercise for reducing abdominal obesity.
Lay on your back on a yoga mat, flex your knees, and position your heels on the mat. Engage your core and position your palms behind your head. Raise your head and shoulders off the ground and gaze upward.
Recline on a mat. Maintain a flexed stance with feet wider than shoulder-width apart and level. Maintain your hands at your sides, your gaze up, your shoulders relaxed, and your core engaged.
Recline on a mat. Extend your arms above the head. This represents the initial position.
Sit on the mat, elevate both legs, maintain flexed knees, and lean back slightly. Join your palms to achieve body equilibrium. This represents the initial position.
Hold this pose for a minimum of thirty seconds. Perform three sets of 30-second to 60-second holds.
Maintain this position for 30-60 seconds. Keep your breath.Lower your torso. Take a 10-second respite, switch sides, and repeat the exercise.