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Sports must be played to avoid wagering when trying to lose weight, especially in the abdominal area. Warm up for 10 minutes before starting exercise to avoid any muscle injury. The Cobra Position Exercise grants the Cobra Position Exercise a sweet and comprehensive stretch of abdominal muscles, which contributes to her abdominal fatigue. Follow the following steps to conduct the exercise: Lie on your face on the floor or on the workout carpet. Make sure your hips are even on the ground and then lift your upper body up while keeping your eyesight straight ahead. Keep that position for 20 seconds, and after 20 seconds, return step 1. Repeat previous steps 3-4 times. Grinding exercises. strengthen the grinding exercise and tighten the abdominal muscles. Lie on your back and put your feet on the wall, forming a 90-degree angle by bending your knees and hip. Tighten your abdominal muscles and then lift your head and shoulders off the ground to avoid neck stress. Put your arms on your chest and don't put them behind your head. Wait for 3 deep breaths. Go back to the starting position, repeat that 3-4 times. The cat position exercise will help improve the flexibility and movement of the abdominal muscles, and may also help strengthen and extend the lower back. Here are the steps: Sit on your hands and your knees and then tuck your head down like you're bouncing your back. Stretch the neck up and put your tummy down. That'll make you feel your abdominal muscles tighten. Go on that position for 20 seconds. Repeat previous steps 3-4 times Pressure exercise is one of the most important exercises for straining abdominal fatigue. Get on the ground on your four limbs with your hands a little wider than your shoulders. Stretch your legs back so that you're balanced on your hands and toes, keep your body straight from your head to your feet while keeping your back and ass straight. Pull the abdominal bracket towards the spine to maintain a tightrope throughout the exercise. Bend your elbows down slowly and put yourself down until you're 90, and don't forget to inhale the air while you're bending. Exhale when you feel your chest muscles shrink and then push yourself up through your hands to the starting position. The Benefits of Abdominal Laxative Exercises Weight Control Improving mental health and mood Reducing the risk of heart disease