Burn Belly Fat at Home ABS Workout 2020

Burn Belly Fat at Home ABS Workout 2020

Burn Belly Fat at Home ABS Workout 2020

Today, we're going to be burning fat at home with this abdominal workout. Yes, we're going to be burning fat throughout our whole entire body, which includes our belly fat. So let's start burning some belly fat today with this routine and one of the best ways to burn fat is to start sweating. So we're gonna take as minimal rests as possible to make sure that we keep that heart rate up, and keeping high intensity throughout the entire workout routine. So if you're ready to let's go ahead and get started. Alright, so getting right into this routine, for the warmup. 
We have jumping jacks and 50 pushups for a total of two sets. So we're gonna go for 60 jumping jacks and then 50 pushups, two sets, let's go for it. Alright, let's go right to the pushups. Quick 50. If you need to break them up into 10's, 25's, or even if you need to do them on your knees, let's get those 50. Here we go, keep the form, Alright. So let's go ahead and check those right off and input how many reps you actually did. Alright, so I got one more round of that, we're gonna get right into this workout routine. Alright, now we got our heart rate up. 

L-Sit Kicks

l sit kick
The move is gonna be L-sit kicks and then the second move is gonna be knee raises, so if you don't know what that looks like, go ahead click on the video. Now we're ready to get started. So for this exercise, I have two chairs side by side, we're gonna go ahead and do some L-sit kicks, and the most important thing is to support your body with your arms, keeping your core tight, and the goal is to try to kick straight into a horizontal line, 90 degrees and L-sit, but if you can't yet bring your legs that high, just do it as high as you can, but let's finish those reps. Let's go right into it alright. Now remember what I said, we want to take as minimal rest as possible to make sure our heart rate is up, so if you need to go ahead and take a breath, take a second to catch your breath, and then let's go right into these knee raises. Start off the same way, knees up, then down in front of you, alright, so we're gonna be done with these chairs for now. Let's go ahead, check those moves, how many you did. 

Switching Mountain Climber (45 seconds)

switching mountain
Next move we have is Switching Mountain Climbers. Let's get right into it, here we go. If you're feeling fatigued, you don't have to go that fast, try to go slow, but don't stop, whatever you do. If you can, try to get your knee all the way to your elbow.   Alright, moving on, input how many we did. 

Crucifix (X20)

crucifix
Now we have Crucifix, let's go ahead and go for 20. So out like a cross, come in, touch the heels, come back out. Make sure to get a full extension in your legs and in your arms to really activate your abdominals, go hard. Alright, we are getting through this. 


Plank Side Hold (X10 Each Side)

plank
Next, we have Plank Side Hold Reach Through. We're gonna go into a side plank, from the side plank, you're gonna go ahead and reach through your body try to touch the wall on the other side then come right back up. Let's go for 10 on each side, great job for all of you hanging in there. 
So the last two moves of round one are gonna be Plank Knees to Elbows, and then it's gonna be Star Crunches. Let's get right into it. 

Plank Knees To Elbow (X20)

plank knees to elbow
Get into plank, and your knees all the way to your elbows, and back down. Again, if you're feeling fatigued go slow, but don't stop. And if you still got more energy, increase the intensity. Remember to regulate your breathing as well. And engage your core. Tighten and squeeze your core as hard as you can while you're doing these exercises, don’t stop Star crunches.  Alright, that was round one. Let's go ahead and check that off. Plank knees to elbow, done. Star Crunches, done. And that is round one. So we have three more rounds to go. That's gonna complete this workout routine and as you can see, this workout is highly effective.

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