Stuck on how to pick a good program or product to lose fat off of your tummy. Are you saying “how do I find exercises to lose my tummy with so many options to choose from?”

I was if your very position one day a while back. I was looking for something to help me shed some pounds off my waist line. After all, it is a good thing to be in shape and I figured I could workout at home and avoid gym fees and the hassle of actually getting my butt to the gym.

If you are like me, you have probably seen a hundred ways to work out and get a body like those people on fit magazines. How do you find a good workout with all these products online and in the stores? Well, to answer this question I had to ask myself what did I really want and what kind of results did I intend on seeing? Wanting a small waist line so I could fit into my jeans was a good start. Next, I wanted to have a more toned body and feel like I gained strength. After I had my these decisions and finally focused on what results I wanted to see I was able to narrow my search down.

Finding a good turbulence or cardio program is what I needed and you will to. A program that would make me sweat and work hard to burn the calories I did not need. This is what you need to do when looking for a good exercise. This is how I found great exercises to lose my tummy.

To give you an example of a great exercise to tighten up your midsection, you could try a Russian twist. It is an exercise and is a good one as well. Give it a try. First, get yourself into a laid position on the ground or floor, somewhere flat. Next lift your legs up while keeping you body in an up right position. Think about doing a sit up. When you come up to you knees. That is how you should be positioned but with you feet above the floor by a foot or so.

Extend your legs out, but no all the way, you should still have some bend in the knees. Then put your hands together like you are clapping, you can interlock your fingers if you wish. Now, the fun part, reach from side to side of your body. Like doing a twist. Do 30 reps, one rep is considered to include twisting to both left and right sides, if you do not feel the tightening in your abs, you are not doing it right.

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Source by Sara Freeman