Want to get rid of your belly hanging forever? If so, you’ve come to the right place, because we have the tummy tuck system you need. In order to tighten things up in your midsection, you must lose body fat And sculpt the muscles through it strength training. Doing strength training exercises will help you burn more calories and boost your metabolism, which in turn will help you shed the extra fat around your stomach and get its strength. Don’t stress, because we have curated a tummy tuck exercise to get rid of your drooping belly. So take your water bottle, a set of dumbbells, and a kettlebell, and let’s get to it.
Before we start sweating, it is important to note that the absolute best strength exercises to lose excess belly fat are compound movements. they really Engage your core And incorporating more muscle groups, forcing your body to work harder to burn more fat. So don’t make the mistake of focusing only on abdominal exercises, because only those will not do it Tighten your stomach.
If you are looking to get rid of your belly prominence and ease things up, here is a productive exercise that you can do. Do 3 to 4 sets of the following exercises.
Begin the Kettlebell Cup Squat by holding the bell to your chest in an upright position. Keeping your core tight, push your hips back, and sit down to parallel. Once you’re parallel, drive through your hips and heels, bending your quads and buttocks all the way to the end. Complete 3 to 4 sets of 10 to 12 reps.
Begin this next movement by placing an iron bar inside the landmine attachment. If you don’t have one, you can install it on a wall corner or a stable surface. Stand perpendicular to the bar, assume a staggered pose. Keeping your chest long and core taut, and hinge forward at your hips, grab the end of a barbell with a raised fist with your other arm pressed against your knee. Drive with your elbow, push it back toward your hip, and bend latitude at the end of the movement. Fully straighten your arm, and get a firm stretch in your shoulder before performing another exercise. Complete 3 to 4 sets of 10 reps per arm.
The Goblet Lateral Lunge begins with you standing tall, holding the dumbbells up to your chest. With your core taut, take one leg and walk out to the side while straightening your back leg. Hold your heels firmly, then push your hips back, sit as low as possible, and get a good internal stretch for the other leg. Drive through the heel of your working leg to return to the starting position before performing another exercise. Do 3 to 4 sets of 8 reps per leg.
For dumbbell presses, grab a pair of dumbbells and raise them to shoulder height with your palms facing each other. Keeping your core tight, dip into a quarter squat. Explode upwards and use the momentum to press the weight up over your head. Lower with the control back to the starting position before doing another reps. Complete 3 to 4 sets of 8 reps.
For this last exercise, position yourself on a flat bench with your hands firmly on the top. With your knees bent at a 90-degree angle, pull them toward your face. Flex the lower abs at the end of the movement, then return to the starting position before performing another exercise. Complete 3 to 4 sets of 15 to 20 reps.
Tim Liu, CSCS
Tim Liu, CSCS, is an online fitness and nutrition coach based in Los Angeles Read more about Tim