Best Exercises to Reduce Belly Rolls Fat

Belly Rolls are one of the worst enemies of every person. Every person wants to look slim and fit, and belly rolls fat crashes down all the dreams. Excess fat gets accumulated in all parts of our body, but the belly is one of the first parts to get affected by fat.
Blasting your upper abdominals with hundreds of crunches per day is not a sustainable weight-loss strategy, but certain abdominal and full-body exercises can help chisel away at that upper belly roll. It’s important to realize that your upper and lower abs are actually connected and there’s no way to contract one independent of the other. So, don’t focus solely on upper abdominal exercises; rather, use a variety of exercises to get the job done. Beyond ab workouts, weight training and high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, are effective fat-burning strategies.

1. Bicycle Exercise:

How to Do:

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Lie on the mat or on the floor and keep your hands either behind your head or by your side as you do in crunches.
Lift both the legs off the ground and then bend them at the knees.
Bring the right knee close to the chest, keeping the left leg out.
Then take the right leg out and bring the left leg close to the chest.
Alternate bending the knees as if you are using a bicycle.

2. Exercise Ball Crunch:

How to Do:

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Lie on the ball so your lower back is supported and feet are firmly planted on the ground.
Place hands across chest or behind the head.
Contract abs and lift your torso up and forward. Lower back down
Keep the ball stable during each crunch.
Exhale when you crunch; inhale when you lower back down.
Do 1-3 sets with 12-16 repetitions.

3. Burpees:

How To Do:

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Start by crouching on your toes with your palms on the ground.
In one swift motion, extend both your legs at the same time so that all of your weight is on your palms and toes while your body is entirely straight.
Then quickly hop back up to the starting position and stand up straight with your hands in the air. Repeat at least five times more.
If you are interested in exercising more muscles at once,
You can also include a quick push up between the plank position and returning to the crouching position.

4. V-Ups:

How to Do:

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Be seated on a flat bench so that your body is positioned perpendicular to its length. Anchor your body with your bum at all times.
Grab the back of the bench, drop your torso backwards, and extend your legs forward until your entire body is straight and parallel to the floor.
Simultaneously pull in your lower abs and crunch your upper abs to form a “V” with your quads and stomach.
Keep your abs tight, a straight back, and strong posture throughout.
Repeat for 15-20 reps.
Once this becomes too easy, increase the difficulty by holding a light weight in between your feet.
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