Hypopressive is a Very Effective Abdominal Workout to Get a Smaller Waist and a Flat Tummy
The main goal of many people, specially women is to get a smaller waist. The reality, it is not an easy job to Lose body fat in the abdominal area. In addition, a combination of low-calorie diet, frequent physical activity, including a routine of abdominal workout is recommended to burn that unwanted fat in the abdominal area, and to shrink waist.
In this blog you will learn three effective workouts to get a smaller waist.
Standing Core Workout
This workout focus on one main functional movements such as squats. Squats are used all day long to sit on the toilet, sit on a chair, or to pick up something from the floor.
Squats are a full body workout that works the hips, core, gluts, and legs.
Benefits of Squats:
- Burn Body Fat Specially from the Waist Area and Thighs.
- Improve Balance and Coordination.
- Enhance Bone Density necessary for Healthy and Strong Bones.
- Strengthen Legs, Hips, Gluts and Core.
Reps: as many as you can do in 60 seconds
Sets: only one
Stand up straight with feet hip-width apart.
Keep your shoulder down and back
Inhale and slowly bend your hips and knees into squat like you are going to sit on a chair
Go as low as you can keeping the weight of your body on the heels.
Keep knees directly over your toes
Keep the core tight
Exhale come back up, squeeze your gluts, and Keep the core tight at all times.
Floor Core Workout
Bridges is a perfect core workout to reduce waistline. Then bridges is a very functional movement used for going upstairs, getting up from chairs, or the floor.
- Improve trunk Control and Core Stability.
- Strengthen the Core, Gluts, Hips, and Legs.
- Tone and shape the Gluts.
- Improve Posture.
- Shrink Waistline.
- Improve Balance.
- Relieve Back Discomfort.
Rep: as many as you can do in 60 seconds
Sets: only one
Rest on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
Feet and knee hip-width apart
Arms at your side
Shoulders down and back
Squeeze gluts and start lifting your hips off the floor one vertebra at a time.
Keep your back in neutral and hip even.
Another effective core workout is hypopressive
Hypopressive abdominals reduces the waist perimeter by 8%.
A good way to confirm this is to take measurement of the waistline before and 6 weeks after practicing hypopressives.
- Reduce Waistline.
- Improve Posture by Strengthening Back and Lower the Shoulders.
- Prevent Injuries.
- Improve Lung Capacity.
- Prevent Urinary Incontinence.
- Tone Abdominal Muscles, Pelvic Floor, Legs, and Arms.
- Enhance Pelvic Floor Awareness.
- Prevent Hernias (inguinal, abdominal, lumbar, etc).
- Improve Sexual Function
- Prevent Swollen Legs.
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