6 Floor exercises that will help you lose Excess Fat

More than three quarters of earth people think it is important to be physically fit and attractive, but only one third of them work out regularly.

And that’s understandable, because it can be tempting to skip a workout after a hard day’s work. But luckily, there are some exercises that can help you work out effectively without leaving your house!


V position improve abdominal muscle strength and contribute to better coordination and balance.

Lie on your back with your arms at your side and make sure your legs are straight.
Exhale as you lift your torso and legs off the floor, while contracting your abdominals.

Slowly return to the starting position, but don’t let your shoulders and legs touch the floor. Raise them again.
Do 15 to 20 reps.
You don’t have to come all the way back down between reps. Just try to lower your body as much as possible, but don’t touch the floor!

Hoof Strokes

Hoof strikes are a great exercise for rounding out your glutes and toning your legs.

Get down on all fours. Tighten your abs and keep your back straight.
Lift one leg back, keeping it bent, while contracting the gluteal muscles. Then return to the starting position, but without your knee touching the floor!
Do 20-25 reps on each leg.
You can use extra weights to make this exercise more challenging.


The bridge exercise primarily targets the glutes, but it also stimulates the lower back muscles.

Lie on the floor with your arms at your sides and bend your knees.
Exhale as you lift your pelvis, while contracting your glutes. Your body should form a straight line.
Return to the starting position and do 12 to 15 repetitions.
You can change your hand position or try to do one-legged bridges to work all parts of your muscles.


The plank stimulates the entire body, especially the abs and lower back muscles. It also helps improve posture.

Form a straight line with your body from head to toe. Your elbows should be below your shoulders. Make sure you don’t arch your lower back.
Contract your abs, and hold this position as long as possible.

Rest and repeat the exercise.
If you can’t maintain a good body position, don’t lean on your hands, lean on your forearms instead.

Lateral scissors

Side scissors work the outer thighs, as well as the buttocks, which will make everything firmer and more rounded.

Lie on your side. Your body should form a straight line. Support yourself with your arms or forearms.
Slowly lift your leg up, contracting your buttocks. Hold this position for a moment.

Return to the starting position, but don’t let your legs touch until you finish the exercise.
Do 12 to 15 reps for each leg.
Do not arch your back and maintain a good posture during this exercise.


The candlestick exercise helps improve balance while working the abdominal and back muscles.

Lie on your back with your knees bent. Put your hands on your lower back for support.
Raise your legs in the air. Raise one leg at a time to keep your neck and shoulders in the correct position, especially to prevent injury.

Straighten your knees and hold this position as long as possible. You can support your lower back with your hands, or leave them on the floor.
Return to the starting position.
The candle is an excellent exercise to do to relax and relieve tension. It’s best done at the end of your workout.

Bonus: try this pose to relax after every workout

This is a modification of happy baby pose. It provides a lower body stretch, and it helps relieve fatigue, which is perfect for relaxing after an intense workout.

Lie on your back. Your spine should be straight and relaxed during this exercise.
Slowly bring your knees up to your chest, then grasp the outside of your feet with both hands. Make sure your toes are touching.

Open your knees and try to get them to touch the floor. Your ankles should be above your knees. Do not stretch your neck!
Hold this position for 30-60 seconds, while breathing deeply.
Relax and slowly return to the lying position.
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