4 Effective exercises to lose unwanted love handles

“Love handles” is a colloquial term for deposits of fat around a person’s midsection, especially visible on the sides over the abdominal external oblique muscle or lower back (that a hypothetical lover might grab to pull the subject into an embrace). ~wikipedia.org

There’s only one effective way to lose those fat deposit – Exercise. Here are 4 of the best exercises that targets the oblique and the back muscles. Do 3 sets of each exercise for at least 3 times a week to say goodbye to those love handles.
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Leg Lifts
  1. Lie on your back, place your hand along your sides and feet extended out in front of you.
  2. Slowly lift your feet up at least six inches from the ground, keeping them together, then hold at the highest point for three seconds.
  3. Slowly bring your feet back down to the starting position.
  4. Raise each leg twenty times per set.

Leg Flutters

  1. Lie on your stomach and lift head up slightly.
  2. Put your arms straight out at your sides.
  3. Lift your feet and knees off the floor and flutter your legs rapidly back and forth for 20 seconds. Take a 20 second break and then repeat again.
  4. Do 10 repetitions for each set

Oblique Twists

  1. Lie on your back with your knees bent. Place your hands behind your head without locking your fingers together. Your elbows should be pointing to the left and right.
  2. Twist to the right bringing your left elbow to your right knee. Your torso should twist in the direction of the knee that was raised. Extend your left leg out.
  3. Return back to starting position and do the “twist” with the opposite leg and elbow.
  4. Raise each leg twenty times per set.

Standing Trunk Twists

  1. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and knees relaxed.
  2. Twist your torso to the left, without moving your lower body, and cross your right arm in front of your body in a punching motion.
  3. Twist back to the right and cross your left arm over your body in a punching motion.
  4. Do 50 repetitions on each side.

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