10 Exercises to Burn Belly Fat Without Running - kiwiwell

10 Exercises to Burn Belly Fat Without Running

Belly fat looks unattractive, and you can’t get a flat stomach from just running. it requires exercises that target your belly fat directly. and  To help you get rid of that stubborn belly fat, here are 10 exercises that burn belly fat without running.



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Push-ups can be performed at home or anywhere to really target your abs and arms. Lie face down on the ground with your palms around 12 inches apart, propped underneath your shoulders for support. Lower your body towards the ground by bending at the elbows and moving your whole torso forward. Make sure that you don’t let your hips sag or lift up towards the ceiling.

Push yourself back up and repeat. You can make push-ups harder by elevating your feet on a box or bench, using resistance bands around your wrists, or slowing down how far you bend at the elbows.

2. Burpee



The burpee targets the entire body and is a good morning wake-up as well as an effective way to burn belly fat. Stand with your feet hip-width apart and drop down into a push-up position. then jump again and bring them back to the ground, landing just outside of your hands. Do a push-up, then jump forward with both feet towards your hands.

The push-up and jump activate the arms, chest, abs, lower body, and glutes. Doing the burpee quickly will make it even more effective and will definitely help you burn belly fat quickly.

3. Plank



A plank is an exercise that has been around for decades to strengthen your core muscles by targeting the back of your body including but not limited to your abs, glutes, and back muscles. Planks are a form of isometric exercise which means that your muscles don’t change length as you hold the position.

The plank is good for belly fat because the longer you hold it for, the more belly fat you burn. If you can hold a regular plank for one minute, then try holding it for another minute with one leg lifted to challenge your core even further.

Remember to keep your back straight at all times while performing planks which should be an easy task if done correctly.

4. Bicycle crunches

Bicycle crunches


The bicycle crunch is a great exercise to burn belly fat because it also works your obliques, which are the muscles on the sides of your abs. Sit on the ground with both hands behind your head and slowly bring one elbow towards your opposite thigh as you do a rotation for a crunch.

Then extend that elbow again and keep alternating from one side to another. If you don’t have the strength yet, perform an easier version of this exercise by lying flat on your back with both hands behind your head and simply lifting one leg up towards the ceiling while crunching.

5. Sumo squat

Sumo squat

The sumo squat helps to build strength and muscles all over your body, especially your inner thighs. Stand with both feet wide apart and turn your toes outwards; then slightly bend your knees as you sit back into a deep squat position.

Sink as low as you can and keep your heels on the ground. When you stand up, make sure that you don’t let your knees come in towards each other as this can hurt them.

6. Crunches with a twist

Crunches with a twist is a great way to work out your abs and obliques by getting rid of the annoying belly fat surrounding it. Lie flat on your back on the floor with legs extended outwards on top of a yoga mat or any kind of flat surface.

Put your arms straight above your head and lift your feet off the ground towards the ceiling. Bend one knee towards your chest while rotating to bring other elbow to meet it at the same time. Twist as far as you can, use momentum if necessary, but make sure that you use your abs to pull yourself back up.

7. Mountain climber

Mountain climbers are a total body exercise that can help you burn fat all over your body including belly fat. This exercise is performed the same way as the regular push-up but with one leg lifted off of the ground, much like a sprinting stance.

Push yourself back up and keep shifting from left to right without putting your foot down.

8. Swimming

Swimming is an excellent way to burn belly fat because it works out your entire body in a cardio workout. It is especially effective if you perform the breaststroke with regular intervals in order to make sure that you target all of your muscles evenly.

Try swimming for 20 minutes in order to work up a good sweat and get rid of that annoying belly fat.

9. Rope jumping

rope jumping


Rope jumping is a fun alternative to jogging and running that will get your heart rate up just the same. This exercise is good for burning fat all around your body because it gets your legs, arms, and core involved all at once.

Stand on one end of a rope while holding both hands straight above your head while you jump over and over again.

If you feel like you’re ready to take it up a notch, try standing on both feet while holding the rope and alternating between jumping with each leg instead.

10. Sprinter sit-ups

Sprinter sit-ups

Sprinting is a great way to burn calories and lose belly fat. You can incorporate this into your ab workout by performing sprints with regular intervals in between sets of crunches or planks.

This will help you to speed up your metabolism and it will also shed off that unwanted belly fat.