5 Chair Exercises That Reduce Belly Fat In No Time!

by DailyHealthPost

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2. Double Knee Lift

This exercise works out all your abdominal muscles keep you trim and tight.

  1. Start in a sitting position with your knees touching.
  2. Place your hands and arms on the armrests. If your chair doesn’t have arm rests, simply hold the seat of the chair.
  3. Keeping your back straight, lift both of your knees to your chest.
  4. Lower your feet down to the ground, but do not let them touch.
  5. Repeat for 10-20 reps.

3. Oblique Pull Ups

These modified double knee lifts melt away love handles to define your waistline.

  1. Start in a sitting position, resting your arms on the armrests. Lean to one side of your chair to partial lift your bum off the chair.
  2. Repeat the same motion as the double knee lift.
  3. Follow up by leaning to the other side and repeating the motion.
  4. Do 10-20 reps on each side.

4. Floor Reaches

Like obliques, flour reaches fight fat storage in your hips and sides.

  1. Place your feet back on the ground and sit tall.
  2. Straighten your arms out to your sides at shoulder height.
  3. Twist your torso and lean forward to touch your left toes with your right fingers. Keep your arms still as you do so.
  4. Straighten up and repeat the motion, touching your right toes with your left fingers.
  5. Repeat the motion for 20-30 reps., alternating each time.

5. Pull Up

This exercise works out your core, arms, back and shoulders to get leaner all-around!

  1. Sit in a chair without wheels, pressing it against a wall for better stability.
  2. Place your arms on the armrests and push yourself up off the chair. At the same time, use your abs to pull up your knees.
  3. Hold for as long as possible and slowly lower yourself back down.

There you have it, 5 chair exercises you can do anytime to stay in shape! If you can, get up and move every hour or so if you’re spending the day at your desk. As the routine gets easier, repeat the set 2-3 times a day.

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