Do you carry annoying inches of fat on your sides and obliques? Have you ever wondered what the most effective exercises are for burning away those ‘love handles?’ Well today I am going to share with you 2 great home exercises you can do to blast away that stubborn love handle flab!
1/ Side Plank. I know many people think of the side plank as a horrible exercise. Bu that’s because people try to perform difficult variations of the exercise before they are ready/capable of them. Start on your knees if you need to and build up to just using you elbow and feet.
Exercise description - Lay on your side. Raise up your body using your elbow and either your feet or your knees if that’s too difficult. Hold the position still for as long as possible.
2/ Seated Rotations – Rotational movements are really important to burn ‘love handle’ flab. But unfortunately most people dont’ do them.
Exercise Description – Hook you feet under a table/chair and hold something in your hands for some extra weight, e.g. a heavy book. Twist round and down as much as possible from side to side. The more you are able to reach round and lean back the better.
Today’s Takeaway - Do these exercises 3/4 per week, doing 3 sets of each. Your love handles will be gone in no time!
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January 26, 2010 at 10:04 pm
I really enjoy the side planks, and with the free hand, I use a dumbbell to do rows (reaching under and pulling back)…
February 21, 2010 at 3:38 pm
Fantastic information – thanks and will check back soon.
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