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10-Minute Standing Flat Belly Workout for Beginners

This routine has the perfect combination of fat-burning exercises and ab exercises. And the best part is you can do all of them while standing.

As you may know, ab exercises alone can’t flatten your belly. You need to combine them with full body exercises to get a flat stomach fast.

Additionally, you can’t have a flat stomach if your diet is not on point. Therefore, maintain a healthy diet by increasing your fiber intake, cutting back on processed carbs, increasing protein intake, and getting most of your calories from plant-based foods.

I may also note that drinking water before meals can help flatten your belly. Here are more tips on how to lose fat fast.

You may not be familiar with all the exercises in this routine. Therefore, watch the demonstrations below the video before doing the workout.

Standing Flat Belly Workout

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Here’s a breakdown of the standing flat belly workout at home:

High Knees with Arm Pumps – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Standing Pike Crunches – 50 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Lunge-Squat – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Standing Oblique Crunch – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Curtsy Lunges – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Plie Squat Pulses with Twists 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Squat with Butt Kicks – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Sprinting in Place – 40

Rest 20 Seconds

Jumping Jacks – 60 Seconds

High Knees with Arm Pumps

Many of us are familiar with high knees but did you know that you can make this exercise super-effective by pumping your arms up and down.

Pump your arms as fast as possible. Raise them until they face the ceiling and then quickly lower them until they almost touch your feet. Remember to raise your knees as high as possible.

How to do high knees with arm pumps

Standing Pike Crunches

Standing pike crunches activate your ab, leg, and shoulder muscles. This exercise may also improve your balance. Keep your ab muscles tight while doing this exercise.

How to do Standing Pike Crunches


Have you ever thought of combining squats with lunges? This variation will allow you to combine these two exercises. As a result, you’ll activate all lower body muscles and burn lots of calories.

It’s important to keep your back straight. Curving your back increases the risk of lower back pain.

How to do Lunge-Squat

Standing Oblique Crunch

Standing oblique crunches activate your oblique muscles and improve your balance. Make sure you raise your foot sideways in order to activate your oblique muscles.

As it is the case with most ab exercises, keep your ab muscles tight while doing this exercise.

How to do Standing Oblique Crunch

Curtsy Lunges

Curtsy lunges are almost similar to reverse lunges. The only difference is you lunge back to the opposite side.

This exercise will activate your quads and glutes. Remember to keep your torso upright and your lunge wide enough to avoid straining your knee.

How to do Curtsy Lunges

Plie Squat Pulses with Twists

Regular squat pulses are amazing but you may want to try this variation if you want to improve your inner thigh flexibility while strengthening your legs. The twists will activate your ab and oblique muscles.

Keep your feet wider than shoulder-width then bounce up and down while twisting.

How to do Plie Squat Pulses with Twists

Squat with Butt Kicks

This routine has many squat variations because legs are the biggest muscle group in your body. And training them will increase muscle mass and boost your metabolism rapidly.

When doing this exercise, raise your leg and kick your butt as soon rise from the squat position.

How to do Squat with Butt Kicks

Sprinting in Place

You probably know that sprinting is one of the best exercises. Not only does it burn many calories, but it also boosts testosterone and growth hormone levels.

Luckily, you don’t have to go outdoors to sprint. Sprinting in place can offer the same benefits, especially if you maximize on arm movement and sprint as fast as possible.

How to do Sprinting in Place

Jumping Jacks

There’s not much to say about this exercise, many of us are familiar with it. Just make sure you jump as high as possible and keep your ab muscles tight.

Also, land on the balls of your feet to avoid straining your lower body joints.

How to do Jumping Jacks

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