We’ve got a belly fat melting HIIT workout routine for beginners that will truly deliver on weight loss! It’s going to be hard work, and it’ll require motivation, but you won’t regret it.
You’ve probably heard that if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. This applies to used cars, real estate deals, and weight loss methods. Supplements and workout programs that promise to reduce belly fat with little to no effort are definitely too good to be true. However, there is one sure fire way to reduce belly fat, and that’s exercise and clean eating.
When you begin working out and clean up your diet, your body fat drops to a healthy level and the belly fat melts off. We’re not saying it’s easy. It requires motivation and dedication, but if you commit, you can make it happen. Now, this workout is all about belly fat melting exercise.
What do we mean by fat melting exercises? Fat melting exercises are those that raise your heart rate, activate large muscles, and increase your body’s calorie burn. We can’t burn fat in one specific spot. Unfortunately, where we carry our weight is largely determined by genetics. This means that the only way to lose belly fat is to reduce overall fat. We do this using cardio and tough workouts that make us sweat.
We’ve chosen a handful of beginner friendly exercises that are great for fat-burning. To complete this workout, you don’t need to have high cardiac endurance or a lot muscle mass. It really is meant for anyone who wants to get started with weight loss. Wherever you are in your fitness journal, you can do this workout.
Repeat the workout 3 to 4 times per week until you feel you can move on to something a little more challenging. Then check out some of our other fat melting workouts!
What You’ll Need: a set of dumbbells (5 – 10 lb.), a step or bench, a gym timer (free apps are available for download), and a mat or towel to lay on the floor
What to Do: Perform each move for 40 seconds with 20-second breaks in between. Complete all the exercises, rest and repeat for a total of 2 rounds. You can add an additional third and fourth round as you grow stronger.
Below, we’ve included videos showing how to perform each move. Using proper form helps prevent injuries and ensures you’re getting the most out of your workout.
1. March in Place with High Knees
3. Step Up with Dumbbells (R)
4. Step Up with Dumbbells (L)
5. March in Place with High Knees
7. Fire Hydrants (R)
8. Fire Hydrants (L)
March in Place with High Knees
Step Up with Dumbbells