5 Super Easy Exercises For a Snatched Waist

Seems like everyone these days wants a flat stomach, and for good reason too. Once you shed that unwanted belly fat, your confidence and self-esteem shoot through the roof, your clothes begin to fit better and you just feel better over all.

Becauseee… Lets be honest, no one wants to walk around with their stomach hanging over their pants.

With phrases like, “what’s a waist,” “waist snatched!,” etc. one could understand while so many people have aspirations to be grouped into that category.

It’s time to get it together!

We have 5 easy exercises that you can do for a snatched waist!

5 super easy exercises for a snatched waist

1. Walking

We wanted to start with this form of exercise because many people are just starting out on their workout routine or haven’t exercised in forever and some people, let’s just be honest, have probably never worked out.

No worries, we’ve got you covered.

Walking is a great exercise if you’re just getting started and looking for something light to do.

Instead of going to the gym to walk on the treadmill, we recommend going outdoors for a scenic view while you walk. Listen to your body and do not attempt to do more than what your body can handle.

As you consistently build up your workout routine, you’ll be able to do more and more each week and you’ll even be able to add some variety to your routine!

2. Jogging

Another form of cardio, but amped up just a bit.

Jogging is an all around great exercise as it helps to shed body fat not just in the abdominal area, but your whole body.

Feel free to go at your desired pace and watch the fat shed off.

3. The Basic Crunch

Crunches directly target the abdominal area and will not only help you to shed belly fat super quick, but will also help those abs (which you didn’t think existed) shine through.

How To:

  • Lie down flat with your hands behind your head while lifting your legs off the floor at a 90-degree angle
  • Keep your position while you lift your upper torso off the floor and go back down
  • Try doing 2-3 sets of 12

4. Planks

Planks are great for training your muscles around your abdomen, hip, and lower back especially since you have to hold still while you do them.

How To:

  • Rest your elbows on the ground with your knees touching the floor
  • Look forward are you lift your knees up, putting yourself on your toes
  • Stay in this position for at least 30 seconds

5. Mountain Climbers

Mountain climbers are similar to planks, but amped up just a little. You will definitely feel the burn with this one.

How To:

  • Assume the plank position
  • Jump switching your feet back and forth

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