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IN Health & Fitness ON 25 Jul, 2016
Physical fitness is always the key.
Hey girl, are you getting a lot of belly pain because of indigestion? Do you feel betrayed by your own digestive system because you're not getting the right body rhythm to digest your lunch and dinner last night? More so, do you think that those belly fats are haunting you every single day, and even your friends, family, relatives, and colleagues are telling you the same annoying you-are-so-fat-swear thing?
End these frustrations and physical negativities through simple fitness routines. Yes, the answer lies on exercising. Moving on, let me tell you the right exercises to combat body fats, indigestion and bloating. I am sure that you'll definitely benefit from this. Let's go!
Lie down and make sure that your back up to shoulder blades are flattened. Then, bend your legs and draw your knees near your chest slowly. Hold this position for 1 minute, allowing yourself to breathe slowly and properly.
Have yourself seated on a comfortable mat or floor then bend your left knee, bring it up, and twist your body trunk or torso towards your left. Twist it as hard as you can, then hold this position for thirty seconds. Observe proper breathing as always. To make things balanced, do the same thing using for your right knee.
Chair sitting position, as literal as it means is an exercise where you have to pretend like your sitting properly on a chair, with a straight back and chest pushed out. Hold on to this position for a minute with proper breathing.
Begin the exercise from a straight standing position. Then, step your right leg back while bending your left knee forward. Have your chest pushed out and raise your arms straight up. Do this for thirty seconds. After which, you may change your position to make the exercise balanced.
First, lie down. Then, raise your whole body up except your head and make sure that your knees are bent. Press your hands against the hips to keep the position. Observe proper breathing and maintain this posture for thirty seconds.
Lie down against a wall. Then, move your butt area forward touching the wall. Of course, you'll have to raise your legs straight and high properly. Flat your hands on the floor while keeping up in the position. Hold this posture for a minute with proper breathing.
That's freaking effective, I'm telling you. Share these exercises with your friends.
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