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Everyone would like to lose belly fat or belly fat, mainly for aesthetic reasons. But this fat can also be dangerous for your health. It is now known that it increases the risk of diseases such as stroke, heart attack, Alzheimer’s. In addition, scientists believe that abdominal fat acts like a gland, which in particular leads to insulin resistance, which promotes the onset of diabetes.

how to lose belly fat

Food can have a preventive effect above all, but in order to lose abdominal fat that is present, it is above all necessary to practice certain exercises. Bodybuilding is a great way to lose weight, we know that after a physical training session, the body continues to burn calories. It is advisable to do strength training at least 3 times a week.

What types of exercises to lose belly fat?

Aerobic exercise, that is, exercise over time, is fundamental to melting fat. Many people have developed muscles in the abdominal area, but these are covered by a layer of fat. Aerobic exercise includes running, swimming, or cycling for at least about 1 hour, several times a week if possible. Another option is to do high-intensity interval training. As the name suggests, the person alternates high-intensity movements with periods of rest in the same exercise series. Studies have shown that this strategy burns up to 9 times more calories than a regular workout.

Specific abdominal exercises to melt belly fat

The famous abdominal muscle exercises are particularly recommended for a flat, fat-free stomach. In addition to strengthening the muscles in the abdominal area, these exercises promote posture. They help the person stand more upright.

3 stomach areas to work on

The abdomen is made up of several muscles divided into 3 main sections: upper, lower and lateral (oblique). Regardless of the exercises chosen, it is important to train the 3 parts of the abdomen.

Some examples of abdominal exercises:

– Upper abdomen: In these exercises, the person lies on their back with their legs raised and then brings their back to their legs. It is also possible to do these exercises with open arms or with a plastic ball. Remember to always tape the lumbar region (lower back) to the floor.

– Lower Abdominals: In this category of training, the person keeps the upper body still and brings the legs to the body. There are many variations such as lifting the torso and legs at the same time, hanging from a bar by the arms, and working the legs (raising to the torso).

– Lateral Abdominals To strengthen these abdominal muscles, lie on your back with your lumbar area well stabilized. Put your hands behind your head and bring your knees to your elbows. Then repeat the movements as if you were riding a bicycle.

– Isometric exercises. These exercises are also very important because they strengthen the abdomen and lumbar region. An example is the “plank,” where the person lies face down and weight is placed on the forearms and feet. Hold the “plank” position as straight as possible for a few minutes, pause, and then repeat the exercise a few times.

* Presse Santé strives to convey health knowledge in a language accessible to all. In NO CASE can the information given replace the advice of a doctor.

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