10-Minute Lower Belly Burn Workout

Target your lower belly from all angles and burn the fat away. 

Lower belly bulge is pesky; it loves to attract fat! Once an excess starts to build up, shredding the fat takes hard work and dedication. We created the 10-Minute Lower Belly Burn Workout to give you the best moves to target your lower belly from all angles and burn that fat away.

This workout is going to be more of a challenge than a workout. Working on your abs is a bit different than other muscle groups. The effort can be minimal, but the burn can quickly catch up with you. Our lower belly burn offers a mix of lifts, crunches, and planks to give your muscles a bit of rest while you keep working and pushing through. Grab a mat and get ready for an intense and amazing burn.

10-Minute Lower Belly Burn Workout

10-Minute Lower Belly Burn Workout

What to Do: Set your interval (or phone) timer for 10 minutes. Perform each exercise for 10 reps while the timer is running. When you complete all the odd rounds (1, 3, and 5), rest for 10 seconds. After the even rounds (2, 4, and 6), rest for 20 seconds. Continue this routine until the ten minutes are up.

After two weeks, challenge yourself by bumping this workout up to 12 minutes and reversing the workout order. Complete this workout five times a week.

What You’ll Need: A yoga mat or soft surface, and an interval timer (available on most phones).

  1. Leg Lifts
  2. Scissor Kicks
  3. Low Plank
  4. Bicycle
  5. Reverse Crunches
  6. Spiderman Plank

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Leg Lifts

Scissor Kicks

Low Plank


Reverse Crunches

Spiderman PLank

After our lower belly burn workout starts to trim the bulge away, hit your obliques with our 5 Best Moves to Get Rid of Side Fat.

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Clifford Genece

Clifford is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a lover of all things health, fitness, personal development, and community. When he's not cycling, hiking, or exploring new food recipes, he works to help others achieve personal growth.

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