Simple Top 6 Belly fat reduce Exercise


Michaels says this exercise targets your core, chest, shoulders, lats, triceps, and quads. Burpees' explosive plyometric movement will pump your heart.

Mountain Climber

Michaels likes this moving plank exercise because it works a lot of muscles, including your core.

Turkish Get-Up

Celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza loves the 200-year-old kettlebell-based Turkish get-up. Despite its complexity, she claims the total-body conditioning move works well.

Medicine Ball Burpee

Phelps recommends adding a medicine ball to your burpee to increase intensity, metabolism, and core muscle.


A sprawl is a burpee on steroids—a full-body workout that works as many muscles as possible, burns calories, and shapes and tones upper- and lower-body, especially abs. 

Side-to-Side Medicine Ball Slam

“Medicine ball slams are a dynamic, explosive, and highly metabolic exercise that does not target one muscle group,” says Premier Body & Mind trainer and founder Chris DiVecchio.

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