According to Harvard, planks are among the best exercises for defining abs. Not only does planking burn fat, it also helps build muscle in the abdomen, shoulders and back. To do this, you need to get into a push-up position (with your arms straight), keep your back straight, and keep your shoulders above your wrists. At least 3 set with 30-second intervals. (How to Reduce Belly Fat from 30)
with abs and crunches for a six-pack
Not only will your abdomen be characterized by fat loss, you will need to define and strengthen muscles and to do this you will need to do various types of abdominal exercises. That means for the lower abdominal muscles, the upper and the side muscles. For more of a challenge, you can do traditional sit-ups, crunches, or standing dumbbell exercises.
Less belly fat thanks to mountain climbers
Nothing works without mount climbers. You start in the high push-up position and take turns pulling your knees to your chest as quickly as possible. This increases your heart rate and promotes the burning of calories and fat. At the same time, you strengthen your shoulders, back, abdominal muscles and legs. (Find the great GQ fitness guide here)
Less belly fat thanks to HIIT exercises
The HIIT workout routines are designed to turn your body into a calorie burning machine. They include various exercises (such as burgees) that will increase your heart rate and bring it to a point where calorie burning becomes more effective, which is essential for reducing fat.
Less belly fat by jumping rope
Not that this exercise is specifically focused on the lower abdomen, but jumping rope burns lots of calories (it can burn more calories than running or walking) and fat throughout the body, helping you improve your endurance, strength, and coordination. Plus, it’s an exercise that can be done anywhere, and it only takes a few minutes a day to see progress.