How to Get a Flat Belly in Four Weeks? A Complete Guide

Having a flat belly is something all of us covet for_a defining part of a person look and personality. A bulging tummy stuffed with unhealthy fats is just an extra bag of oils we carry with us.

Turning a bulky belly into a sexy flat stomach is indeed not something you get overnight. It in fact needs a reformed diet coupled with expert designed workouts. Gluten is a major culprit behind a bloated belly. Unfortunately it is present in most of the things that go down our throat. Giving up gluten to an extent and increasing grains in the diet can drastically reverse an increasing belly.

Exercises for a flat belly

These exercises are some of the most effective exercises to take you to the DESTINATION FLAT BELLY. They are special in the sense that they target every part of the belly. It’s important to go beyond basic crunches that only target in one dimension.

Hip dip plank

Hip dip plank

Directions:

Tuck your right knee to the chest. Twist your waist in a way that the right side of your hip and thigh are facing ground. Start lowering your body in this position to where your right hip touches the ground. Now lift your body back and raise and extend your right leg. Return to the initial position and start over. Repeat this 30 times. Do the same with other side.

Diagonal pike legs

Diagonal pike legs

Directions:

Lie on your back, press your legs against each other and extend them straight away. Bring your legs to a left diagonal by twisting your hips slightly left. Place your left hand behind your head, stretch your right hand outwards with the palm facing downwards.  Crunch up and lift legs, keeping legs on the diagonal. Slowly lower back to floor. Repeat 30 times and do the same on the other side.

Inner thigh crunch lift

Inner thigh crunch lift

Directions:

The starting position for this workout is similar to the diagonal pike legs. Lie on your back with your legs stretched out and split away. Toes facing the floor and both your hands behind your head. Now rotate your right leg outwards at the same time dropping the toe to face outwards. Raise the leg in this position. Using inner thigh, gradually lower the leg and bring back to the starting position. Repeat 30 times, do the same with the other leg.

Weighted pike

Directions:

Lie on your full back with your legs pressed against each other and straight away. Place you right hand on the back of your head. Hold a 3-punch weight in your left hand and stretch it backwards overhead.  Bring legs up to 90 degrees; crunch upper and lower body while lifting left arm up and then lowering it forward until it’s in line with torso. Return to the initial position. Repeat 30 times and do the same with the other side.

Weighted pike