Here are some exercises you can take up to reduce your tummy and arm flab.
Lower abdominal crunch
Crunches are difficult, and you may have been tempted to skip it from your workout sometimes. But most of your flab is on your lower tummy and crunches and planks go a long way in helping you get rid of it. While doing the crunch there will be pressure on your lower abs because you will use your stomach muscles to lift your back off the floor.
Lie down on your back and place your hands behind your head. Then bend your knees and lift your upper back off the floor and slowly lie back down. Repeat 15 to 20 times three to five days a week for best results.
Another exercise for the tummy is the bicycle crunch. And no, it doesn’t require a real bicycle just your imagination that you are riding one. The exercise helps you tone your middle abs. When you lift your torso from the ground it contracts your abdominal muscles.
Lie on your back on the floor and put your hands behind your head or place them flat at your sides. Lift both your legs and band them at the knee. Now bring your right leg closer to your chest and push your left leg away. Do it like you would ride a bicycle. Repeat 10 times four to five days a week.
Triceps dips are the best and quickest way to get rid of your flabby arms. Your triceps are the muscles at the back at the back of your arms. This exercise targets your triceps specifically causing arm fat to burn faster.
You will need to sit down in front of a chair with your back facing the chair. Place your fingers on the edge of the chair with your arms fully extended behind you. Adjust your feet so your heels are in front of your knees. Bend your elbows and point them directly behind you and then lower your body. Press back up when you make a 90-degree angle. Do 10 reps five days a week to get toned arms.
Pro Tip: Any kind of high intensity interval training which burns most calories in 10-15 minutes are a good way to reduce body fat.