Exercise to Reduce Stomach – 3 Tips to Melting Ugly Stomach Fat

You’re here because you’re looking for some exercise to reduce stomach fat. In this article I’m going to give you that but also much more.

You see the key to getting what you want doesn’t end with an exercise or ab machine. There are a few concepts you must understand if you are ever going to get the flat, tight midsection you see plastered on billboards. The good news is it’s not as hard as you may think.

What I’m about to tell you may cause many people to click away from this article and move on to the next one, but I assure you, if you are one of the people that takes it to heart you WILL be among the small percentage that achieves their fat loss goals.

Here it is: exercises to reduce stomach are the smallest factor when it comes to reducing your stomach. In fact, the exercises that directly work your stomach probably contribute to about 10% of what it takes. Sorry…

What is more important is the metabolic effect your workouts or exercises have on your body during and after doing it. So with that said, here are 3 tips to have you melting belly fat quickly.

Tip 1:

Focus on multi joint, fully body, high resistance exercise as the foundation on your efforts.

What does that mean? Squats, Deadlifts, Presses, Lunges, Snatches, Push ups & Dips are the types of exercises that will enhance your resting metabolic processes up to 48 hours after your training efforts. I don’t have time to go into details, but these are the exercises that your plan should be based around. By the way, many of these types of exercises can be done at home easily:)

Tip 2:

We all know, to lose fat and uncover the sexy midsection below, we need some type of cardio training. But before you jump on the treadmill, bike, stair climber and sweat it out for 30-45 minutes, listen to this…

Exercising like the majority of people out there will cause you to look like the majority of people out there!

When you exercise at same rate or in the so called ‘fat burning zone’, you are missing out on 90% of the potential fat burning ability your body has. This type of exercise does little to enhance your resting metabolism and therefore you will waste time and will need to do crazy volume to get decent results.

There’s a better way..

Use short bursts of high intensity exercise followed by slower periods of rest. E.g. pedaling on the stationary bike all out for 30 seconds followed by 2 minutes of slower pedaling. Got it? Powerful. I would recommend you go educate yourself further on interval training.

Tip 3:

Because this is an article, I wont go into the details of the following exercises but you can always Google them…

Focus you ab training around planks, mountain climbers, and hip raises. (if you just beginning). This is all you need to get great results because the other 2 factors will be blow-torching the layers of fat.