9 Easy Exercises To Burn Fat Around Your Waistline Faster

9 Easy Exercises To Burn Fat Around Your Waistline Faster

The right combination of diet and exercise
can do wonders for your body. Be it losing weight or toning muscles, a balance
between these two things can help you achieve your fitness goals more easily than you think. Losing fat around the hips is one such fitness
goal many out there have Even though it is difficult to localize weight
loss around the hips, building muscle along with overall weight loss can give you those
well-defined glutes you’re after. So, stick around to know which exercises can
help you with these goals. It’s a versatile exercise with its target
points in your lower body. The best part about squats is that you need
no extra equipment for it. Your bodyweight is enough to get the job done. So those excuses for not having the right
equipment aren’t gonna work, this time. 3 major muscles found in the butt area are
known as gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus, and gluteus medius. Squats can aim directly at these muscles to
help you see quicker results. Since good form is the ‘make or break’
factor with any exercise, let us teach you the correct technique to do squats. You have to stand with your feet apart. No, don’t go for a split. The space between your feet should be a little
more than shoulder-width. Moving forward, It’s time to engage your
core while keeping your spine tall and your back straight. Lower yourself down until your thighs are
parallel to the floor. Your knees should not go beyond your toes. Exhale after this and return to a relaxed
starting position. You did great! Applaud yourself. Start with 10 to 15 repetitions as a beginner. Once you feel that you are a pro at it, start
increasing number of sets you perform. Nothing good comes out of rushing when it
comes to workouts. So do it slowly but steadily. To take the difficulty level a notch higher,
hold a dumbbell in each hand while squatting. You’ll slowly see your strength increasing
and stamina shooting. Now, let’s move on to the second pick. Number 2: Lateral lunges A variation of the forward lunge, it focuses
on the hip area and thighs. A lateral lunge works on gluteus medius, which
is essentially responsible for stabilizing the hip joint. To achieve the correct posture, you have to
start with your feet wide apart. With full focus, body tall and head facing
forward, take a step to the right. Squat down as you take this step. Now, get lower until your right thigh is parallel
to the floor. Pause and repeat this with your left foot. For effective results, you need to perform
this exercise 12 to 16 times in one go, with alternating sides. That’ll start feeling like a cakewalk in
no time, trust me. If lunges aren’t exactly your thing, try
considering the 3rd pick. Number 3: Fire hydrants Stability is the key element here. This exercise uses your core for stability
and directly aims at your glutes and hip area. Want a quick tip? It’s a good idea to use a mat while doing
fire hydrants. This can be helpful in case you have knee
issues, which, I mean, are kinda common nowadays. Now, follow these instructions to make sure
your approach is correct. You don’t want to be complaining about back
pain and muscle soreness later on. With your palms on the floor, get on your
hands and knees. Make sure your knees and feet are hip-width
apart. Next you have to lift your right knee and
rotate it out to the side and take it up. Your core should be engaged all along and
gaze looking ahead. As you lift your knee and reach the top, pause
there for a moment. Take this moment to appreciate your legs. C’mon they deserve a little appreciation
too. After waiting at the top for a while, return
to your starting position. Perform 10 repetitions with each leg to step
up your bottom game. If stepping up for you means a bigger Kardashian
booty than a leaner one, then you should be paying a little extra attention to what you
eat. To know more, watch our video on “11 Foods
That Can Give You A Kardashian Butt” linked down below. Coming back to the narrative. Want another exercise to club those Fire Hydrants
with? Then, look at the next one. Number 4: Dumbbell Pistol Squat
Weighted or Dumbbell pistol squats with their huge list of benefits, can be the perfect
addition to your regular workout plan. It improves the strength and flexibility of
the posterior chain, ankle joint and leg muscles. In comparison to other exercises like back
squats, the risk of damaging your spine is also considerably less in the case of pistol
squats. So what you get is a wholesome package of
benefits with lesser risk. What more do you want? Well, what you need is, mastering the correct
form. So let’s get into the technique. To do dumbbell pistol squats, hold an upright
dumbbell in both hands. While keeping it close to your chest as you
are standing, raise one foot an inch or two off the floor. At this point, bend your knees and hips a
little. Check your position. Is it correct? Is your chest up and back straight? Once, you are in the correct starting position,
go down for a squat. While squatting, you need to extend the leg
which isn’t in use, forward. Keep descending as per your flexibility. Don’t go overboard. C’ mon, now hold this position for a little
while and then slowly rise up to your starting position. Make sure you take it slow and listen to your
body. Keep practising and switching sides with each
repetition. With time, it’ll put the perfect amount
of muscle at the correct places. Can you already feel yourself becoming leaner
with just these technique descriptions? Then wait till the next one. If resistance training is something you enjoy
more, the next selection was made just for you. Number 5: Banded Walk
For this, you need something more than just a wall. You said you enjoy resistance training, right? Don’t worry, it’ll be worth the investment. A banded walk maintains the tension in your
hips using a “resistance band”. We have a tip for you to make sure that you
pick the correct resistance band. Whichever band you buy; it should just be
light enough to complete at least 10 reps in one direction. But, it should also have enough resistance
to make it a challenging task. But how does it work? When you use a resistance band to move sideways,
it targets your glutes and makes them stronger. It also strengthens the hip abductors and
provides knee stability. Have a look at the correct way of doing this
type of resistance training. To do this, you need to bend your knees and
widen your stance while keeping the exercise band around your ankles. With the band around your ankles, start walking
to the side. Make sure your feet don’t touch either. Take 10 steps in one direction and then walk
back to the starting point. This should be repeated 2 to 3 times in both
directions for best results. Do you prefer something fast paced? If you like the kind of exercises that get
your heart rate up and leaves you feeling pumped, then stick around for the next one. Number 6: High-intensity-interval-training
(HIIT) No intensive exercise guide would be complete
without a chapter on Cardio. High-intensity interval training, also known
as HIIT, is a cardio workout that alternates between short bursts of intense exercises
and small resting periods. As per the research, it’s an excellent way
to burn body fat and excessive calories. There are multiple types of routines you can
do with HIIT. One example is Fast Sprinting. It consists of treadmill sprinting for about
30 seconds followed by 15 seconds of walking. You can also do jump squats for 45 seconds
followed by 15 seconds of resting. The choice is completely yours. Since it is a strenuous workout, its duration
is usually kept between 10 to 30 minutes, twice a week. Less is more in this case, you know? Next contender on this list isn’t just limited
to the hip area. It does more than that. Number 7: Weighed Step-ups
It is an all-in-one workout exercise for your lower body. By putting quadricep muscles in front to work
it makes them considerably stronger. In most workouts, this poor muscle barely
gets the attention it deserves. Activities like running or walking put next
to no strain on quads. Weighted step-ups fill this gap and help in
building these quads, ultimately protecting your knees. To do it correctly, you need to stand in front
of a knee-height bench. Hold a dumbbell in each hand with your feet
apart. Next, drive your knee up while stepping onto
the bench with your right foot. Step backwards of the bench by lowering the
left leg down. Remember, keep your back straight. The weights in your hands have to be kept
to the sides. Leading with one leg at a time, complete around
10 to 15 reps. For each side, 2 to 3 sets should suffice. If you find it difficult to make time for
a workout, this next one could be part of your regular routine. Number 8: Side-lying leg raise
This one’s probably the easiest one to incorporate into your daily lifestyle. Whether you’re watching TV or waiting in
line, doing a few sets is pretty easy. Just make sure your form is correct. As per the National Institute of Aging, the
side-lying leg raise is a perfect way to strengthen your lower body muscles. Plus, being an isolation exercise, it also
tones your butt muscles. Here’s how you do it. Lie on your right side and start with slowly
raising your leg, which at this point should be your left one. Keep those toes pointed like a ballerina and
keep raising the leg. Once your leg reaches the top, pause for a
while and then start lowering it down to its original position. Sounds pretty simple, right? You can do it 10 times with each leg and that’s
good enough. Just make sure you keep your core engaged
and pelvis steady. It will give you full control over your body. Body control is very important for 9th pick
too. So if you feel you have that, take a listen. Number 9: Jump squats
Not all exercises have to be overly complicated. Jump squats, for example, use simple movements
to put your abs, glutes, lower back and whole core to work. This is actually an advanced plyometric exercise. It combines a very basic squat with a jump
to power up the training. Cool huh? To do Jump squats, you need to be in the position
of a basic squat. Squat down and keep going lower until you
find your thighs parallel to the floor. At this point, gather your energy and jump
upwards from this position. Feeling like a frog yet? Then, land like one too. As you land, hit the ground first using balls
of your feet. After hitting, transfer the weight back to
your heels to make your landing soft. And that was a jump squat.d
Do around 10 to 12 of these in one go. It’s important to remember one thing while
aiming for body transformations. Even though these exercises can help you reach
your lean booty goals, a good sleep, stress-free lifestyle, and a healthy diet plays an equally
important role. So, have a personalized routine you enjoy
doing, because having fun makes everything easier, right? What is your favourite type of exercise? Do you prefer everyday sports like running
and swimming over hitting a gym? Let us know in the comment section below.

26 thoughts on “9 Easy Exercises To Burn Fat Around Your Waistline Faster

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  3. 1. Squats
    2.Lateral lunges
    3.Fire hydrants
    4.Dumbbel pistol squats
    5.Banded walk
    6.high intensity interval training
    7.weighed step-ups
    8.side-lying leg raise
    9.jump squats
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  4. I hate videos about building glutes and getting a "bigger bum" because everyone in the videos got small asses….lbvs

  5. Solid info and nice exercises! And these are also 10 amazing exercises that has helped me to burn fat and become stronger without having to jog or run: https://goo.gl/QZlRT1

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