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    Best Exercise to loose tummy fat?

    What is the best way to loose tummy fat from home?
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    table pushways
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    Calorie deficit.
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    Calorie deficit.
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    wish they taught this in schools
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    Calorie deficit is right. You can't target fat; don't make the mistake of doing a bunch of core/ab/belly exercises thinking it'll burn fat localized in that area.

    A well-rounded workout program, one that involves full-body, multi-muscular movements at weights that are heavy for you will help to increase your daily/weekly caloric burn. If you are new to lifting, be sure to start with light weight, or body weight, exercises and gradually/progressively increase the weight over time.

    The majority of the body's mass is below the waist, so a lower-body focus that does not neglect the upper body may be preferable for burning calories.

    Anaerobic exercises, such as resistance training (weight lifting) will be more efficient at burning calories than aerobic exercises, such as running or cycling.

    Without any equipment at all, and working from home, you could start with body weight squats, lunges, and push ups. You could add burpees and/or jumping jacks, but make sure to move in a controlled manner and not allowing your limbs to flail, especially once tired/fatigued. Walk up and down stairs, if you have any accessible, perhaps stepping two steps at once if you feel comfortable doing so. If you would like to run, you could investigate high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and other forms of sprinting exercises.

    Alternatively, a regular yoga practice via youtube can help if you'd prefer more structure/guidance; look for a flow/vinyasa style workout.

    At the end of the day/week, though, you're looking at wanting to burn more calories than you're consuming.
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    Burpees,there is loads of different burpee variations

    And a good diet👌Chuck a few mountain climbers & squat thrusts in there too
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    It's all true to lose the fat diet is a place to start,then activity to also help with the calorie deficit.
    That being said it would still be a good idea to work the mid section/core while your dieting to strengthen and tighten up the abdominals so when you do lose weight you'll be able to see some muscle.
    Planks,leg/knee raises,crunches could all help do a search for different types of which there are many.
    One tool i really like is the ab wheel.
    A small wheel with handles on each side.
    The easy version starts from the knees and you hold with your hands and extend out with your arms into basically a plank.
    Thats really what it is a moving plank.
    You though need to be tight and imitate the movement with the abdominals.
    Learn to do a good regular plank before moving on to these if you don't know how.
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