Discover the Jaw-Dropping 7 Exercise Moves That Will Melt Your Belly Fat in Seconds!

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When it comes to toning your abs and achieving a flat tummy, there are plenty of natural alternatives to a tummy tuck that don’t require surgery. In just 20 minutes, these six exercises will help you burn fat, build muscle, and define your abs. So put on some music, set your interval timer, and let’s get started with the 20-Minute Tummy Tuck Workout!


To begin this exercise, get into a high plank position.

Start by bringing your left knee to your right arm, and then return it to the starting position.

Next, bring your right knee to your left arm, mimicking a climbing motion.

Repeat this movement for a total of 30 steps with both legs.



Begin by lying on your side.

Cross your left foot over your right foot, using your right hand and foot to support your body.

Keep your right arm straight with your palm firmly on the ground.

Engage your thighs and press your weight into the floor through your heels as you lie diagonally.

Raise your left arm up, then twist your body as you bring it down below your waist.

Return to the starting position and repeat for 5 to 10 reps on each side.



Lie down on the ground with your hands by your ears, not behind your head, to avoid straining your neck. Bend your knees and keep your feet on the floor.

Exhale as you lift your shoulders and upper back off the floor, reaching towards the ceiling.

Hold this position briefly, then inhale as you return to the starting position.

Repeat this exercise 15 to 25 times to target your upper abdomen.



Stand with your back against a wall, maintaining a distance of about two feet.

Slide down the wall until your hips and knees are bent at a 90-degree angle.

Ensure your shoulders, upper back, and the back of your head remain in contact with the wall.

Keep both feet flat on the ground and distribute your weight evenly.

Hold this position for the specified duration.

Repeat for 2 sets of 15 seconds each.



Start by lying flat on the floor with your legs extended straight and your head slightly raised off the floor. Place your hands underneath your buttocks to maintain a straight lumbar spine.

Lift both legs off the floor, keeping your feet approximately 6 inches above the ground and your knees slightly bent. Keep your feet together throughout the exercise.

Begin the movement by bringing both knees toward your chest, counting this as one repetition. Then straighten your legs, counting this as two.

Repeat this sequence, counting three and four, to complete one repetition of the exercise.



Start by standing with your feet hip-width apart, holding a sizable medicine ball in front of you with your arms fully extended.

Initiate the movement by twisting your torso to the left as far as you can while keeping the stability ball at chest level.

Reverse the direction and smoothly rotate your torso to the right, ensuring that the ball follows a fluid line at chest level.



Begin by lying face up on the floor, with your legs extended straight and your arms extended behind your head.

Simultaneously raise your arms and legs off the ground, aiming to bring your fingertips as close to your feet as possible while maintaining a flat back position.

Slowly lower your arms and legs back down to the starting position.

Repeat the movement for the recommended number of repetitions. Remember to keep your arms and legs straight throughout the exercise and avoid using jerking motions while raising or lowering them.


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