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Standing flat stomach workout for beginners

10-Minute Standing Flat Stomach Workout for Those Who Hate the Gym

Do you avoid the gym? Well, you’re not alone.

A recent survey shows that 65 percent of women avoid the gym over fears of being judged. It’s common for many gym-goers to wonder if they’re doing the exercise properly or if people are staring at their sweat strains.

Women aren’t the only ones facing this hurdle. According to the report, 36 percent of men avoid the gym for the same reasons.

Well, you don’t have to suffer anxiety every time you exercise. You can get in shape and flatten your stomach without going to the gym.

In fact, you can do today’s workout in your bedroom without the worry of being judged. Not only that, but you also don’t have to lie on the floor to perform any of the exercises in this workout.

This standing flat stomach workout activates every muscle in your body and allows you to burn fat rapidly. Perform it at high intensity and make sure you do each exercise properly.

Read the instructions below the video before doing the workout.

10-Minute Standing Flat Stomach Workout

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Here’s a breakdown of the standing flat stomach workout for those who hate the gym:

Step Jacks – 60 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Standing Bicycles – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Side Lunge to Leg Lifts – 60 Seconds (20 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Squat Hold Side Punches – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Passe Rotation – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Wood Chopper – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Power Jacks – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Skaters – 60 Seconds

Step Jacks

Step jacks will warm your body up and get you in workout mode. Start slow and then increase the intensity as you continue.

Remember to keep your core tight and make wide strides.

How to do step jacks

Standing Bicycles

Many of us are familiar with bicycle crunches, which activate the ab and oblique muscles. This standing variation activates the same muscles plus your legs.

Make sure your elbow touches your knee in each rep. It’s also important to control your motion by performing the exercise slowly.

How to do Standing Bicycles

Side Lunge to Leg Lifts

Side or lateral lunges are great for activating your quads, glutes, and hamstrings. Adding leg lifts to this exercise will activate your hip and glute muscles.

I may also note that raising your leg as high as possible will improve your inner thigh flexibility.

How to do Side Lunge to Leg Lifts

Squat Hold Side Punches

Squat holds are a great isometric exercise, which you can make more rewarding by throwing punches.

Lower your butt until your thighs are almost parallel to the floor and then throw punches from that position.

How to do Squat Hold Side Punches

Passé Rotation

Other than activating your leg and core muscles, this exercise will improve your balance and coordination.

Remember to keep your abdominal muscles tight throughout and raise your knee as high as possible.

How to do Passé Rotation

Wood Chopper

This exercise engages your ab and oblique muscles. Squeeze your ab muscles as you raise and lower your hands to get the most out of this exercise.

How to do Wood Chopper

Power Jacks

Jumping jacks are amazing but they don’t increase muscle mass. This variation will build your leg and glute muscles. It’ll also improve your inner thigh flexibility.

How to do Power Jacks


Skaters improve your speed, coordination, and cardiovascular endurance. Don’t forget to maximize arm movement as you perform this exercise.

Land on the ball of your foot when jumping from side to side. And keep your abs tight.

How to do Skaters

Combine this workout with the fat blaster sequence to get a flat stomach in as little as 4 weeks. This sequence has unique exercises that are helping people get lean and strong in the shortest time humanly possible.

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  1. debbie.kelley56

    May 24, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    is this good exercise for 59 yr old woman to loose weight? looks hard?

    • Brian Syuki

      May 25, 2019 at 9:49 am

      Yes, Debbie. It’s ideal for weight loss. Most of the exercises in the routine are doable. I would bet you can do step jacks. Feel free to replace the hard exercises with the doable ones. For instance, if you can’t do power jacks, do step jacks in their place. All the best!