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Standing full body workout for melting belly fat

15-Minute Standing Full Body Workout for Melting Lower Belly Fat

Doing thousands of crunches won’t help you lose belly fat. Ab exercises only build your abdominal muscles, they don’t flatten the stomach.

You need to maintain a calorie deficit and do full body exercises to lose lower belly fat rapidly. Here’s how you can maintain a calorie deficit without being hungry all the time.

Instead of doing the same old full body exercises like push-ups and squats, try a new routine with a variety of exercises.

Today’s standing full body workout has exercises many of us have never done such as scissor jacks, basketball shots, and half-squat jab cross.

Do each rep with energy and a full range of motion. Below the workout are instructions on how to perform the exercises.

Standing Full Body Workout

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2 Rounds of…

Side to Side High Knees – 30 Seconds

Squat and Twist – 30 Seconds

Rest 15 Seconds

Static Lunges – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 15 Seconds

Scissor Jacks – 60 Seconds

Rest 15 Seconds

Basketball Shots – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 15 Seconds

Squats with Knee Tucks – 30 Seconds

Half Squat Jab Cross – 30 Seconds

Rest 15 Seconds

Standing Elbow to Knee Crunches – 30 Seconds

Sumo Squat Jumps – 30 Seconds

Side to Side High Knees

If you’ve been warming up with the regular high knees, it’s time for a change. The side to side high knees will activate every muscle in your body.

Perform this exercise as first as possible and keep your abs tight while doing it.

Squat and Twist

This exercise targets your legs, glutes, and oblique muscles. Keep your torso upright while squatting to avoid straining your spine.

Static Lunges

Lunges are one of the best fat-burning exercises. They activate the glutes, thighs, and core muscles.

Make sure your feet are wide apart to avoid straining the knees. You also need to bend the knees slowly to avoid hitting the floor with the rear knee.

Scissor Jacks

Scissor jacks work your entire body and help improve coordination. Keep your heels off the floor while doing this exercise. Land on the ball of your feet – it’ll allow you to perform the exercise faster without a lot of impact on the joints.

Basketball Shots

This high-intensity exercise will challenge your cardiovascular endurance. Try to jump as high as possible in each rep.

Just like cross jacks, land on the ball of your feet to reduce the impact on your joints.

Squats with Knee Tucks

I get it if you find regular squats boring. This squat variation will keep your workout fun and engaging. Not only will it build your legs and glutes, but it will also activate your abs.

Try to raise your knee as high as possible in each rep.

Half-Squat Jab Cross

Throwing punches is more challenging than most people imagine. You activate your shoulder muscles every time you throw a punch.

Staying in the half-squat position will activate your quads.

Standing Elbow to Knee Crunches

You’re familiar with this exercise if you did the standing ab workout. It activates the legs, abs, and oblique muscles.

Make sure your elbows touch your knees in each rep.  I may also note that this exercise will improve your balance.

Sumo Squat Jumps

Adding a jump to the sumo squat makes the exercise extremely rewarding. You’ll end up burning lots of calories in 30 seconds. Keep your back straight and land on the balls of your feet.

This standing full body workout will definitely help you reduce lower belly fat if your diet is on point. But you may need the fat blaster sequence to destroy all the excess fat and tone your belly.

This sequence allows you to burn fat while building muscle. As a result, you lose fat steadily since your metabolism doesn’t slow down.

Try the fat blaster sequence today

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