- You can perform this workout at home in a few minutes only
- Staying physically active can help you maintain a healthy weight
- Try this ab and core workout to shed belly fat
The path to fitness is not an easy one. You need to follow a disciplined routine in order to achieve your goals. At times, it becomes difficult to draw a balance between office and workout routines. Under such circumstances, many end up skipping gym sessions. Well, seems like fitness trainer Kayla Itsines has a solution for all. She has shared high-intensity interval training exercises (HIIT) that can be easily done at home. "Getting a good workout in doesn't mean that you have to spend hours in the gym, and I know for a lot of people that isn't a realistic approach. This program blends together a fast High-Intensity Interval Training format, with a strong focus on your core and abs," she wrote along with the video.
Exercises for core and abs
In the video, Kayla can be seen demonstrating the following exercises:
Rocking Chair Push-Up (12 reps)
Skipping (30 seconds)
Commando (12 reps)
Mountain Climber (30 seconds)
Curl & Press (15 reps)
Bicep Curl (15 reps)
Tricep Extension (15 reps)
For best results, Kayla has advised us to complete three laps of each circuit. Talking more about the exercise routine Kayla said, "The workouts are short enough to fit into busy lifestyles, but challenging enough so you really know that you've worked hard. You'll only need dumbbells to complete this workout."
Earlier, the fitness trainer shared an exercise routine targeted towards burning belly fat. In a video shared on her Instagram timeline, Kayla demonstrated a series of high-energy exercises focusing on the core and abdomen area. The best part about the exercises is that they require no equipment and can be done at home. Kayla demonstrated the following exercises - Flutters, Russian Twist, Alternating Jackknife, Side Plank and Oblique Crunch, and X Mountain Climbers. The exercises, Kayla said, are ideal for strengthening the core muscles.
Add these exercises to your regular workout routine for a fit and strong physique.
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