Five of the best exercises to burn belly fat

Fitness model and Mister International 2010 Ryan Terry names five great exercises to target your core

The Sport Review staff

1) Overhead squats

Like traditional squats, this complex movement burns more calories than most exercises due to the amount of muscle activity, but adding the overhead movement requires extra stability making your core muscles work harder.

2) Crunches

Crunches are the perfect exercise to isolate your abdominals and are ideal for doing at home when you can’t get to the gym.

3) Hanging knee raises

Hanging knee raises are a great way to target the lower abdominals.

4) Roll outs

Roll outs target your whole core. It is almost like an advanced version of the plank.

5) Decline sit-ups

To target the lower abdominals, decline sit-ups can be used with a weight to add resistance and really strengthen the abs.

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