5 Best Exercises To Get Rid Of A Stomach Donut Forever, Trainer Says: Eat This, Not That

One common area where people store fat is in the midsection, also known as the “abdominal donut”. It’s an incredibly frustrating area to cut back, considering it’s where your body seems to lose fat last. To burn belly fat, you need to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. This begins with calorie-deficit eating, strength training, and regular cardio exercise. When you do these things consistently, you lose weight and the fat around your stomach is reduced. To help you with the exercise part, we’ve come up with the best exercises to get rid of a stomach donut forever.

These moves are a combination of strength training and high intensity conditioning work. The reason they help you shrink your abdomen is because they are compound movements that target multiple muscle groups. This increases calorie consumption, which helps increase heart rate and metabolism. High-intensity cardio improves blood flow to your body and can release fat around the stomach.

If you want to get rid of the abdominal donut, here are the exercises to include in your fitness routine. Read on to find out more, and then be sure to check out the 6 best exercises for strong, toned arms in 2022, says the trainer.

Clean handlebars
Tim Liu, CSCS

Hold a dumbbell in each hand. Keep your chest high and torso tight and throw your hips back. Then, slide your hips forward and clean the weight down to your shoulders. Squat until your hips are parallel to the floor, then drive through your heels and explode upward. Use the momentum of the squat to lift the weight, then lower it back to the starting position before doing another repetition. Complete a total of 8 reps.

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Renegade Row Handlebars
Tim Liu, CSCS

Begin this exercise by entering a pushup position with a wide stance, with a dumbbell in each hand. Keeping the core tight and the buttocks squeezed, take one hand and lift the weight by bringing the elbow towards the hip and squeezing the lat. Return the dumbbell to the ground, then do a row with the other arm. Do 3 sets of 6 to 8 reps on each arm.

trainer demonstrating foot lunges
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Begin this exercise by holding a dumbbell in each hand. Step forward with one leg and plant your foot firmly in the ground. Then, lower yourself under control until your back knee gently touches the floor. Walk forward with the other leg and repeat. Complete 10 to 12 repetitions on each leg.

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rowing machine
Tim Liu, CSCS

Jump on a rowing machine and warm up for a minute or two. Once you’ve warmed up, sprint hard for 60 seconds and see how many meters you can row in that amount of time. Rest for 3 to 5 minutes, then do another round of 60 seconds, trying to match the same distance as your first sprint. Rinse and repeat for 5 rounds in total.

sprint by bike
Tim Liu, CSCS

First, we recommend that you warm up properly by surfing at a comfortable pace for 2 minutes. Once you are ready, start running as hard as possible for 15-20 seconds. After the sprint, spin at a slow pace for 20-40 seconds, then repeat again for 6-10 rounds.

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