Best Ways to Flatten stomach


Go on a calorie deficit diet

It’s obvious that you have to take a calorie-deficit diet in order to lose weight around your stomach. One approach to reduce your belly is to reduce your daily calorie intake by 1000 calories. This way, you can lose around 1 kg per week.

However, a calorie-deficit diet can decrease your metabolism rate. Therefore, the number of calories you burn on a daily basis will be low and this approach can counteract.

Your metabolism rate will not increase even after you go back to the normal diet. So, go on a calorie-deficit diet for only 2 to 3 days a week. Go on a calorie deficit diet

Written by Sheri Wolf
8 months ago

Do ab exercises

There's no way to shrink only one part of your body, in order to get a flat stomach, you will need to lose weight. But doing ab exercises can tone your stomach and help it to trim off a bit of flab.

Try doing crunches for a start. Many don't do crunches properly, ensure that your back is straight and you're not simply throwing out your spine rather than working your abs. Stay focused on your core and use it to pull your top half upwards without relying on the force from your arms, or weight on your legs.

You can also try doing a plank. Lie on your stomach and prop yourself up by your elbows and toes, keeping your back straight and perfectly in line with your legs. Hold this position for a minute each day. This works not only your abs, but your legs and arms as well.

When doing any exercise, try to be as consistent as possible. Don't push yourself too hard, do the amount of exercise you're comfortable with, then commit to doing it again the next day, then the next.

Written by Randy Dotson
6 months ago

Do cardio and resistance training

Doing cardio is an excellent way to burn fat around your belly. Research shows that cardio and resistance training strengthen your midsection while reducing your waist. It is recommended to do 300 minutes of cardio every week. This translates to about 30 minutes of exercise every day.

 A calorie-deficit diet decreases your muscle and can be detrimental and damaging to your metabolic rate. Doing resistance training prevents the loss of muscle and helps to increase your muscle mass.

Moreover, it strengthens your midsection, while reducing your waist’s circumference.

In short, combining cardio with resistance training can effectively flatten your stomach.Do cardio and resistance training

Written by Leon Rivera
8 months ago

Eat soluble fiber

Soluble fibers increase the digestion rate and absorb large quantities of water. It slows down the passing of food through the digestive tract. This helps to keep your stomach full for a very long time. Soluble fiber is known to decrease the number of calories your body absorbs from food.

There will be less fat accumulated around your body organs. Therefore, it will help to decrease your waist circumference. For each 10-gram increase of soluble fiber in your body, you decrease 3.7% body fat over a period of 5 years. 

Written by Wilbur Chandler
8 months ago

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