5 Moves to Lose Lower Belly Bulge

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5 Moves to Lose Lower Belly Bulge

Battling lower belly bulge is a tricky feat, even for fitness and health enthusiasts. The pesky fat builds up around the abdominal wall, covers the midsection, and connects to your pelvis. Women everywhere have hunted for effective tummy-flattening solutions for ages.

These 5 Moves to Lose Lower Belly Bulge target key abdominal muscles to maximize belly-burn and yield real results. By performing these moves 3 times a week, you’ll be on the road to bulge free abs.

Note: It is recommended that you follow a clean eating plan as part of your overall fitness and health goals.

Equipment Needed: Yoga mat, interval timer

What to Do: Complete each exercise for 30 seconds with 15 seconds rest between each move. Perform this workout three times a week on non-consecutive days to burn lower belly bulge.

  • Beginner Level: 2 rounds
  • Intermediate Level: 3 rounds
  • Advanced Level: 4 rounds


  • Plank Rolls
  • Flutter Kicks
  • Reverse Crunches
  • Leg Lower into a Pop Up
  • Seated Leg Circles

Watch these instructional videos for correct form!

Plank Rolls


Flutter Kicks

Reverse Crunches

Leg Lower into a Pop Up

Seated Leg Circles

Burn belly fat with this workout, then use these tips to keep your bulge gone:

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published May 11, 2016 and has been updated. 

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  1. I have lower back issues and a big butt. My lower back doesn’t lay flat on the floor. May I use thin pillows under the arch of my back until I burn off some of this butt?

    1. Yes! You can also place your hands beneath your hips to raise them slightly. The key is to avoid arching your lower back.

  2. I really like the fact that you opened the article with a resource that we can actually use to help us in timing our workouts and how there is a straightforward scale for beginners, intermediate, and advanced.

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