Dangers of hanging belly fat: Dealing with hanging belly fat is emotionally difficult and extends beyond appearances.
The Mayo Clinic warns that excess abdominal—or visceral—fat may lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, breathing issues, abnormal cholesterol, and early death.
Many women will gain belly fat as they age, even if their weight is stable. Estrogen, which controls fat distribution, may be declining.
The Mayo Clinic recommends eating a nutritious diet consisting of lean protein and plant-based foods, eliminating sugary beverages, watching portion sizes, and getting enough exercise to burn fat all throughout your body.
The lunge is an effective core and lower-body workout. Use body weight or free weights. As you maintain appropriate form,
PureGym says this motion strengthens your core. Lunges accelerate metabolism, helping you lose weight.
The T-pushup starts with a pushup/high plank with your hands under your shoulders and your torso straight. "Descend to the bottom, and as you're pushing up, extend one hand to the sky."
Eye that hand. Reach up again. Dumbbells increase difficulty. Put your hands on a table or bench to make it easier. Five or more repetitions per side.
MuscleClass says jumping jacks provide several advantages. Jumping jacks strengthen your heart and lungs.
This bodyweight routine also builds muscle, improves coordination, and aids weight reduction.
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