8 Simple Exercise to Lose Love Handles Without Gym

8 Simple Exercise to Lose Love Handles Without Gym

Muffin top, love handles, spare tire – however
you refer to that stubborn fat that accumulates on your sides, belly, and lower back, there’s
one thing we can all agree on: it needs to go! So, fellas, how about a few simple at-home
exercises to chisel your waistline in a week? Hey, try ‘em out for yourself! 1. Jumping Burpees
Stand straight with your feet together. Bend at the knees and put your hands on the ground.
Then kick your feet back behind you so that you end up in a straight-arm plank. After
a moment, pull your feet back in towards your chest, quickly stand up, and immediately jump
up while reaching your hands towards the ceiling and clap. Lower yourself back into the starting
position and repeat from there. First of all, burpees help get your blood
flowing and your heart pumping in no time, making them an awesome warm-up exercise. On
top of that, burpees provide you with a great full-body workout that targets not only your
abs and obliques (that’s the muscles on your sides where that fat is sitting), but
also your arms, quadriceps, glutes, chest, and hamstrings.
Do 3 sets with 15 reps each. 2. Bicycle Crunches
Lie down on your back and bend your legs so that your shins are parallel to the ground.
Raise your chest up and lift your shoulders off the mat. Keep your hands behind your head
with your elbows out. Move your bent right leg toward your chest and simultaneously straighten
your left leg so that it’s parallel to the floor. While doing that, move your left shoulder
toward your right knee. Remember that your elbows should remain out to the sides – this
way, your stomach (not your neck!) will have to strain the most.
This kind of crunch in particular works the sides of your stomach and hips.
Do 3 sets with 10 to 20 reps each. 3. Kneeling Vacuum
Kneel on the floor with your bum resting on your heels. Put your hands to the sides of
your legs and pull your shoulders back. Now, imagine that you need to touch your spine
with your belly button and suck your stomach in as far as possible. If you can’t pull it
in very far at first, don’t sweat it! Your results will improve with time. Hold this
position for 5 to 10 seconds if you’ve never done it before. Otherwise, you can hold your
stomach in for 20 seconds. Some people don’t breathe while doing this exercise, while others
try not to interrupt their normal breathing. Choose whichever way is more comfortable for
you, but don’t relax your stomach muscles. This seemingly simple technique works like
magic if you need to reduce your midsection, shrink your waistline, and carve your abdominal
muscles. Repeat this exercise 5 times before taking
a break. If you’re an experienced “vaccumist,” you can do 10 reps and then stop for 1 minute. 4. Side Plank
Lie on your right side and lean on your elbow so that it’s directly below your shoulder.
Lift your hips and hold your weight on your right elbow and foot. If this is too hard
for you at the beginning, bend your right leg and rest it on the floor while keeping
your left leg straight – this will help absorb some of the weight until you build
up your strength. And finally, reach your left hand up toward the ceiling.
Just like a traditional plank, this exercise works your stomach muscles, as well as your
back, glutes, and core. But most of all, the side plank focuses more on the obliques, which
is a sure-fire way to get rid of love handles. Try to hold this one for 15 to 60 seconds
on each side. Do at least 3 reps. 5. Swimmers
Lie down on your stomach with your arms stretched out in front of you and shoulder-width apart.
Your feet should be hip-width part on the mat. Tense your stomach muscles and lift your
left arm and right leg up at the same time. Leave them in the air for 2 to 3 seconds,
and then lower them back to the ground. Do the same thing with your right arm and left
leg in the air. Do 10 reps of 5 counts on each side. If you
wanna break a sweat and burn more fat, alternate your legs and arms quickly 20 times on each
side without letting them touch the ground. Then do some slow movements.
This exercise will take care of any lower back fat. It sculpts your rear end as an added
bonus! 6. Russian Twist
Sit down on the mat with your legs together and knees slightly bent. Lean your upper body
back, and hold your legs off the ground. You can bend your arms over your chest or hold
them straight out in front of you – whichever you feel most comfortable doing at first.
Now, slowly twist your torso and arms to the left side. Hold it there for 3 seconds, then
return to the initial position. Repeat the movement on the other side.
Do 3 sets of 10 to 12 reps each. By the way, if you do the Russian twist with
some weight in your hands, be it a dumbbell or just a gallon of water, you’ll burn calories
and build muscle mass at a much faster rate! 7. Woodchoppers
Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart and your core engaged. You’ll need
something with some weight to it to hold in your hands. Again, a medicine ball or a jug
of water will do. Whatever it is, make sure you can get a good safe grip on it. Now, twist
your torso to the right and hold the weight above your right shoulder. Then, turn your
body and squat down while bringing the weight to the outside of your left knee. Go back
up to the right, and repeat. Keep your eyes on the weight so that you don’t lose your
balance. Also, if you’re a beginner, don’t pick a heavy weight; otherwise, it can lead
to a bad rotator cuff injury. Do 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps on each side. 8. Reverse Crunches
Lie down on the ground, lift your legs in the air, and bend your knees at a 90-degree
angle. Keep your abdominal muscles tight and place your hands on the floor right next to
your hips. Engage your lower abs to pull your knees up toward your chest. At the top of
the movement, raise your hips up in the air so that your lower back and buttocks come
off the ground by a couple inches. It’s essential to avoid any rocking movements while you’re
doing this. Pause at the top of the movement for a few seconds, and then slowly lower yourself
back down to the starting position. Just like regular crunches, the reversed ones
work the front of your abs, but they especially hit your lower abdominal muscles.
Do 3 sets of 10 to 15 reps each. Aim to do this workout 4 to 5 times a week.
It’s also a good idea to throw in some moderate-intensity aerobic activities, like swimming, jogging,
or cycling. That’ll really kick up the fat-burning process so that those love handles melt right
off! And, of course, you’ll need to change your
diet a little if you don’t want that fat coming right back or not leaving at all! First
of all, cut down your calorie intake. It doesn’t have to be anything too drastic – 500 fewer
calories a day means you’ll start to lose about 1 to 2 pounds a week! Avoid eating processed and fried food. It’s
usually high in added sugars, preservatives, and additives. You’ll also wanna stay away
from the usual offenders: sweetened drinks, fast food, ready meals, junk food like cookies
and chips, and fatty meat. Remember that high amounts of added sugar get stored exactly
around your stomach, which means (yep!) a spare tire! If you’re cutting fatty meats like bacon
and sausage, simply replace them with lean alternatives such as fish, chicken, turkey,
and lean red meat. It’s a good idea to replace foods rich in
carbs with non-starchy veggies, such as cauliflower, celery, peppers, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes,
and the like. Try to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. By the way, some
fruits are pretty high in carbs, so you might wanna stick to berries since they don’t
have as much sugar in them. And finally, drink more water! It’ll help
reduce your overall weight and calorie-intake, so your love handles will shrink with time.
Plus, if you’re working out, you need to replace the hydration you lose through sweat. Good luck out there, and let me know if these
exercises worked for you! And if you know any other ways to deal with
love handles, leave them down in the comments! If you learned something new today, then give
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  1. So true I will try on my day off and keep doing pushups n legs ido I just want feel good and move better

  2. I have a torn rotator cuff (this is the third time) so can only do a few of these but, I'm going to try them for a month starting Monday August 26, 2019. I'll update with results.

  3. "Step 1 – stop eating junk"

    ME: COMMENT WHILE EATING (mid night)

  4. Nothing happen after this… I did all these exercises from last two months with dieting also nd i didn't loss a gram of weight

  5. No warm-ups for me when hitting the pool. First 100 metres flat out (the glory laps :-), then reducing hear/lung rate. When that adrenaline has gone, I decide my rate. 50+ years doing this without injury. But if in the gym, I need to warm up. Each to there own. Warm-ups best advice, but with swimming, I can get away without it.

  6. You must be crazy. You really have to be physically fit to do these exercises, which is obviously not the case if you have big belly.

  7. Um, hi guys! I'll really really try to update you. 😊
    So day number 1: I don't see any progress yet but it's only the first day! We'll see day 2!

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