Burn Belly Fat Upto Five Inches By Doing Stairs Exercises

Burn Belly Fat Upto Five Inches By Doing Stairs Exercises

Losing the abdominal fat is a tough task and people work very hard to lose these fats. Of course, hard work and perfect diet are necessary for losing belly fat but most of the people are unaware of the fact that they can also lose 5-inch abdominal fats at home by using simple stairs exercises. Stair exercise also raises your heart rate and cause you to burn calories, which plays a major role in belly fat reduction.

Moreover, stair exercise routine takes just 5 minutes, so it is very helpful during busy weekdays. Stepping needs to be done on a daily basis for best results. Below mentioned stair exercises are very effective in reducing belly fat, try to practice each of these exercises for one full minute. It is advisable, the control you maintain is what makes these moves effective, not how many repetitions you can complete.
1) Front Triceps Dip

To practice front triceps dip sit at the edge of the step with your feet joined at the heels and your toes turned out at 45-degree angles. Following this grip the step with your hands, and press yourself up so your arms are long, elbows facing back. Lean backwards to engage your core, and be sure to maintain a slight bend in your arms. Now, carefully bend your arms and lower your butt until it hovers just above the ground, scooping your core and keeping your feet turned out to engage your inner thighs. Push back up to starting position, and repeat. If you need to modify this move, simply make your range of motion smaller.

2) Lunge Pulse

To practice this exercise you need to bring one foot on top of the step, then bend the knee so it’s directly in the middle of the foot in line with the ankle. Reach the other leg behind you, plant your toes, lift the heel, and bend the knee so it’s directly under and parallel to your hip in a perfect lunge position. Following this, you can either hold here or add little pulses down and up. Stay low in your lunge to get best results.

3) Double Leg Reach
trim belly fats in busy week days with these five minutes stair workout
Double leg reach is very effective exercises to lose belly fats. To practice these exercises sit on the edge of the step, gripping it with your hands and bring both of your legs up into a tabletop position. Keeping your upper body tall and hands pressed firmly into the step, lift and extend the legs without sinking into your lower back. Following this, hold onto your calves or ankles if you need assistance For a bigger challenge, try reaching one arm out in front of you as you move through your leg reach, then switch.

4) Leg Pull-Down
trim belly fats in busy week days with these five minutes stair workout
To practice, this exercise brings both hands on top of the step and find plank position. Feel free to lower onto your forearms if this is painful for your wrists. Make sure your legs are hip-distance apart and shoulders are over wrists. Lift one leg up and reach it long behind you without collapsing in the lower back. Return to plank, then repeat on the other leg. Continue alternating legs for better results.

5) Leg Pull-Up
This exercise is also very helpful to reduce belly fats. However, to practice this exercise turn over and grip the step, fingers pointed in toward you, to assume a reverse plank position. Following this, keep your hips lifted and chest open, and make sure your wrists, elbows, and shoulders are all in line. Push into the step to keep your body lifted and strong. Engage your core and lift one leg up high, making sure your other hip doesn’t shift or drop. Return to starting position, then repeat on the other leg.

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