Plank variation to reduce belly and reduce fat on the sides

Plank variation to reduce belly and reduce fat on the sides

Plank variation to reduce belly and reduce fat on the sides

There are three reasons why planks feel too easy: either you’re a pro at it, you’re doing it wrong, or three, your body just got used to it. Today, we want to speak to those of you who belong to the third category. You all know that this habit of yours will lead your body to stagnation. And who wants that? So ditch the planks you’ve been doing for years for at least a fortnight and try this 2-in-1 plank variation that will work your belly and sides in one go.

Here’s your step-by-step guide to making this plank variation.

This is going to be a one and a half minute board. This is what the flow will look like: 30 seconds of waiting, 30 seconds of spinning, and 30 seconds of waiting.

Now this is what you have to do:

Step 1: Get on all fours on a mat and get on a forearm plank. Just make sure your elbow and shoulder are in a straight line. Your spine is straight, buttocks pushed toward the wall, and legs straight again.

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Step 2 – Start your stopwatch and hold your pose for 30 seconds.

Step 3: As soon as your clock passes 30 seconds, lift your buttocks up a bit, so you make a wide ‘A’ shape. Now twist your lower body from side to side. Try to lower the contact floor as your glutes reach to the side.

Step 4: When the clock strikes one minute, return to the forearm plank position and hold it again for another 30 seconds.

5,4,3,2 and dd…. 1 – DONE!

Can you feel the burn in your core area? Well then take a 30 second break and get back into position as you have at least 4 more rounds to do.

plank variationPlank pose can help you get rid of belly fat. Image Courtesy: Shutterstock

Here’s How This Plank Variation Will Help You Have a Toned Belly

Without a doubt, a plank is one of the most underrated exercises, but if you skip it, especially on your abs day, you’re wasting a lot of time. There are several studies that are published in renowned international journals such as Medicine and the International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health that have raved about the outstanding effects of regular planking.

And if you also follow some of the top fitness influencers nationally and internationally, you might be convinced enough about the value of making a chart.

Here are some benefits of making this grab and turn board:

  • It makes your core stronger to help improve your overall performance.
  • It will build resistance. And if you lose stamina too quickly during those cardio sessions, this plank will help too.
  • It will help you improve concentration.
  • It will help you align your breathing technique.
  • This table will be an awesome addition if you have less time and want to work your sides and belly in one go.
  • Many people find it difficult to engage their core. As this variation is divided into three parts, it will help you better understand the core commitment. If you do it regularly, you will see that you will start working your core without making an extra effort because you are already used to it.

So ladies, grab your mats and take a leap from being a pounded sole to a pro with this board variation.


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