The lower belly area is a hard one to work with. However, we all still looking for exercises to flatten it; most of the time with no results. Thus, I want to propose some of the best 6 high-intensity exercises I have tried and I know they work.

Check them out and you will see for yourself, they target exactly the lower belly improving the muscle to create the flat stomach you always wanted.

Let’s keep it flat, keep reading:

1. T-Balance to Knee Raise Reach

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Stand straight;
Then slightly bend the right leg knee;
Raise left leg until its straight and parallel to the floor;
Extend right arm overhead and keep the left arm hang by side;
Breathe from the core and engage it and begin to hinge forward using hips; Continue to lower till the torso is parallel to the ground that is a straight line from head to left foot;
Slowly return to start and keep the left foot raised off all the time; Complete 10 reps on one leg and then repeat.

2. Bear Crawl Hold

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Starting on your hands and knees;
Rise up onto your toes and tighten your core;
Unlike the actual crawl, you won’t be moving forward;
Simply elevate your opposite hand and foot;
Then, pause and hold the position;
Elevate your opposite hand and foot pausing to hold the elevated position;
Complete 10 reps.

3. Reverse Lunge With Front Kick

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Stand straight up and tighten your core muscles;
Keep your back flat and the shoulders pulled down and back;
Look straight ahead and take a step backward by bending at your hips and knees;
Lower your body until your back legs knee is almost touching the ground;
Pause at the bottom position;
Make sure you keep your knee in line with your foot and your back straight;
Drive through the heel of your front leg by extending at your knee and hips;
As you are rising swing your back leg forward into a front kick;
Return your leg back to the ground to come back to the starting position;
Complete 10 reps.

4. Tuck Jump

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Stand with feet hip-width apart;
Make sure you have a slight bend in your knees;
Your elbows are resting at waist with forearms extending straightforward, perpendicular to the ground;
Bend your knees and sit back into a half squat;
Explode up into a jump, tucking your knees so your quads hit your forearm;
Land softly with a slight bend in the knee;
Complete 10 reps.

5. Sprinter Sit-Up

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Lie on your back with the legs straight;
Arms need to be by your side-elbows bent at a 90-degree angle;
Now sit up, bringing the left knee toward the right elbow;
Lower the body and repeat on the other side;
Complete 10 reps.

6. Pushup Pike Press

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Begin in a straight-arm plank with feet slightly wider than the hip width;
Slowly lower your body until chest is a few inches above the floor, elbows bent by sides;
Quickly push back up to full plank, and then pike hips up, bringing chest toward thighs, pressing heels down to the floor;
Return to start. That’s one rep;
Complete 10 reps.