Six Best Exercises’ to Lose Fat Very Easily

Who doesn’t want to have a beach body and be a head turner?

Having a strong, muscular and shapely body is not just a matter of luck or good genes. You need to work really hard regularly to have a well toned, muscular body.

A successful body building and weight loss program involves a strong resolve to step out of the comfort zone, and adopt a regular routine at the gym. You also need to avoid processed as well as fast food and follow a well balanced nutritional diet plan with plenty of natural food items.

Getting fit involves losing excessive body fat and adopting a routine that gives you the best results in the shortest time.

Here is a list of some of the Best Exercises’ to Lose Fat Easily. Following them regularly will melt away flab in the matter of days by burning calories at a pace that will amaze you!

Best Exercises’ to Lose Fat Easily

  • Running

I have listed this first in my list because of its simplicity and ease with which it can be done. Done we all know how to run? It is a natural activity within us that somehow takes a back seat as we grow older. All we have to do is to make a resolution to start, pick up our sports shoes and the basic Running Bagpack  and start running!

Yes, initially it may be slightly difficult to run for long, especially if you’ve been out of practice for some time, or are overtly flabby, but soon by practicing regularly, you would soon start seeing the change in you.

Running is not only the easiest but also the best aerobic exercise that gives you a gentle cardio massage.

  • Cardio Workout

While this can be done in the gym or in the comfort of your home using a treadmill, the best way would be by going outdoors for an activity like jogging, walking swimming, cycling etc.

All you need to do is to interspace a few brief periods of increased intensity. Therefore if you go for a walk, add a spurt of 30 seconds jogging after every 5 minutes.  This can be increased with practice as you build up your stamina and muscles. Later, you can adopt an opposite routine, which consists of more running and less walking. As the variations increase, so does the metabolic rate get a boost.  Carry a bottle of drinking water in your running bagpack so that your outings can become longer.

Higher metabolic rate ensures higher calorie burn which gives you a well toned body in a matter of a few days of practice.

  • Push Ups & Pull Ups

These are the simple, time tested exercises that have an amazing effect and are instrumental in building muscles in the entire upper part of the body. To cap it all, these can be done virtually anywhere.

Army as well as police training has this exercise in their normal routine and the results are there to see for all when we come across these men with big chests, wide shoulders and muscular arms. Pull-ups and push-ups are simple, yet effective and a highly competitive way of showing physical prowess.

Most of us know how to do the simpler versions of these but there are also many variations, targeted to build up specific muscle groups of the arms, chest, as well as shoulders. Again, like running, you do not need any equipment to do these exercises!

  • Abdominal Crunches

Crunches are a great way to strengthen abdominal muscles. They are almost similar to sit-ups. While doing Sit-Ups we lift the complete back off the ground as we bring our body forward, in case of crunches only the upper back is lifted.

This crunches the stomach muscles without putting any strain on the hip muscles. There are many variations too, which make the entire routine very interesting. After becoming a bit proficient on doing the basic crunches, you can try twist crunches, cable crunches, reverse crunches and side crunches too.

Abdominal crunches can get you a flat stomach within a very short time!

  • Curl and Squat Combination

This is a combination of two basic exercises that are very simple, yet effective. To do the curl exercise you need dumbbells.  For this you need to stand with the feet about a foot apart and bend your knees slightly down to grasp a 2 to 5 kg dumbbell in each hand. Then curl the arms slowly up to the shoulders. Follow it up by bending downwards at the waist. Further squat and lower the hands on the floor. Then return to starting position after a brief pause.

There are many other variations too. You can try first with smaller weights and gradually increase the weight as well as the number of cycles.

This exercise is excellent for building up the biceps as well as the muscles of the arms.

  • Luges (Legs)

Lunges are an efficient way to build strength in the legs. It targets your hamstrings, quadriceps, glutes and calves. This exercise also doesn’t need any equipment and is an excellent way to tone up the legs. It consists of simple movements and helps in increasing the hip flexibility, balance as well as coordination. It also builds muscle and improves spinal health.

These simple yet effective workout routines are a great way to give a boost to your energy and build a well toned, strong and healthy body.

   
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Jessica Natalie

Jessica Natalie is a health and fitness lifestyle blogger who is passionate about running and wants to spread the love on her blog CauseILoveRunning.com

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