also known as visceral fat, is a type of fat that accumulates around the abdominal area. It is different from subcutaneous fat, which is the fat located just beneath the skin.
Visceral fat is located deeper in the body, surrounding the organs in the abdominal cavity such as the liver, pancreas, and intestines.
1.Jumping Jacks 2.High Knees 3.Plank: Hold for 30-60 seconds 4.Bicycle Crunches 5.Squat Jumps 6.Russian Twists 7.Mountain Climbers
Stand with your feet together and arms at your sides. Jump and spread your feet while raising your arms overhead. Jump back to the starting position and repeat.
1. Stand up straight with your feet hip-width apart. 2. Lift your right knee towards your chest while jumping on your left foot. 3. Quickly switch and lift your left knee towards your chest while jumping on your right foot. 4. Keep your core tight and your arms at your sides. 5. Continue alternating knees for 30 seconds.
Get into a push-up position and lower yourself onto your forearms. Your elbows should be directly beneath your shoulders. Hold this position for 30-60 seconds, keeping your core tight and your back flat.
Lie flat on your back, bend your knees and place your hands behind your head. Lift your shoulders off the ground and bring your right elbow towards your left knee while straightening your right leg. Switch sides and repeat.
1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. 2. Lower your body into a squat position by bending your knees and pushing your hips back. 3. Keep your chest up, your back straight, and your knees in line with your toes. 4. Push through your heels and jump explosively into the air. 5. Land softly on the balls of your feet and immediately lower back down into a squat.
Sit on the ground with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Lean back slightly and lift your feet off the ground. Hold a weight or medicine ball with both hands and rotate your torso from side to side.
Start in a push-up position and bring your right knee towards your chest. Quickly switch to bring your left knee towards your chest, and continue alternating for 30-60 seconds.