The Best Exercises To Get Your Stomach On Flat-Flat

The Best Exercises To Get Your Stomach On Flat-Flat

For women, losing the fat around your midsection can be both the battle and the war.

Achieving a flat belly can be challenging. Between balancing work, a healthy diet, and exercise, it can be hard to get rid of stubborn belly fat. However, it's not impossible; and luckily for you, with the exercises below, we're settling your battle in searching for the top ab routines, to ensure you win the war for your best summer body.

Click through the slideshow below to check out the top ten exercises to get a flatter stomach, just in time to show it off on the beach.

*For each workout, choose a combination of at least eight different ab exercises targeting various muscle groups. Complete 8-12 repetitions, and 2-3 sets.

8. Archer Row

Bulging belly? Well, surprisingly, you might have your posture to blame. Between sitting in the car, sitting at your desk, and sitting on your couch, your slouch might be contributing to the appearance of your stomach. But, don't fret, fixing your day-to-day form can be easily done with the Archer Row.

The Archer Row strengthens your core and your back at the same time. Holding this move can help you build strength in your back and ab muscles to keep you sitting tall.

Here's how it's done:

Grab a dumbbell and get into a pushup position. With your hands under your shoulders and your body forming a straight line from your head to your heels. Separate your feet so they are slightly wider than hip-width and turn them so they both point to your left. Keeping your right palm on the floor, hold the dumbbell with your left hand and perform a row. Make sure not to let your torso rotate with the weight of the dumbbell. Once done, do the same to the other arm.

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