Bust your Belly Fat in 7 days

Posted by Marjolein Brugman on Sunday, March 6, 2016

In our AeroPilates study, performed last year on 21 pre diabetic patients, we saw a dramatic decrease in this bulging belly marker after performing AeroPilates 3 times a week for 6 weeks. (can you add a hyperlink to the study??)

 

There are many tried an true ways to blast your belly fat and reduce the size of your waist and over the next few weeks I will write about them all but primarily you must engage in Cardio vascular/aerobic Exercise.

 

When performed regularly for 20 minutes a day, jumping on your AeroPilates machine not only strengthens your abdominal muscles with every jump but it will help you burn more calories than running on the pavement and without any impact on your spine and joints.

 

I recommend the following program for a week

 

Day 1: Jump on 2 cords for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest, then jump on 1 cord for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest.

Day 2: Jump on 2 cords for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest, then jump on 3 cords for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest.

Day 3: Jump on 3 cords for 10 minutes with both feet together, then jump on 3 cords for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest.

Day 4: Jump on 1 cord for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest, then jump on 2 cords for 10 minutes with both feet together.

Day 5:  Jump on 1 cord for 10 minutes hopping from one foot to the other bringing the unused knee into your chest, then jump on 1 cord for 10 minutes with both feet together.

Day 6: Jump on 2 cords for 10 minutes with both feet together then jump on 3 cords for 10 minutes with both feet together.

Day 7: Jump on 1 cord for 20 minutes with both feet together.

 

You will notice at first that your abs are weaker so hopping from one foot to the other relieves the tension in your lower back muscles while they progressively strengthen. More cords makes your legs work harder and fewer cords gives your abs more of a workout.

 

With changing the way your feet land on the rebounder and what your legs do in the air you can dance and play every day, creating a new and fun workout that is quickly targeting your belly fat and improving your health all at the same time.

 

With changing the way your feet land on the rebounder and what your legs do in the air you can dance and play every day, creating a new and fun workout that is quickly targeting your belly fat and improving your health all at the same time.

 

 

 

 



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