Do The Ball Exchange
The ball exchange is a fun way to get a flatter stomach, and you should aim to do it around three times per week.
All you need to do is lie flat on your back while extending your arms over your head and keeping your legs straight. Then, hold your stability ball above your head, before bringing it over your chest. At the same time, raise your legs so that they meet the ball, before placing it between your ankles.
Using your legs, bring the ball gently to the floor and extend your arms back over your head.
Repeat up to 10 times for best results.
Making time for cardio is a good idea right now. Aerobic exercise is the best way to burn belly fat, and is perhaps the only form of exercise that can shift stubborn fat that has developed around your abdomen.
Eat Practically No Sugar
Scratch that – eat zero added sugar.
If you eat very little sugar, you will be keeping your insulin levels as low as possible. At the same time, your levels of glucagon will remain high – and this is a good thing.
Glucagon is a hormone that will land a helping hand in flattening your stomach if you let it. Glucagon’s role is essentially to buzz around your waistline while turning fat into energy.
The less sugar you eat, the less insulin and yet the higher your glucagon. In other words, The Perfect Equilibrium.
Add Fibre To Your Diet
Fibre, which is only found in healthy plant-based foods, is your essential nutrient when you’re looking to get a flatter stomach. According to experts, eating 10 grams of fibre each day ensures you carry around 3.5% less fat.
Fibre is incredibly satisfying and helps you to feel full for longer. You can find it in oatmeal, certain fruits and vegetables, as well as nuts.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE