How to achieve a tiny waist line

10 Simple Moves to Get a Tiny Waist and a Flat Stomach
Although we can’t lose weight by just locally targeting specific areas, it’s very possible to make our waist look slimmer and our tummy look flatter. There are a few muscle groups that are responsible for our midsection and we just need to find exercises that work on isolating these muscles. Another trick is that these exercises should be done in a way so that we make these muscles strong and toned, but not big and bulky. And the workouts in this article have been selected specifically to fulfill this goal.

We at Bright Side selected awesome exercises for each muscle group and can’t wait to share this selection with our readers.

10 Simple Moves to Get a Tiny Waist and a Flat Stomach
Our mid-section only has 3 main muscle groups and each of them plays a particular role in how our waist and stomach look. If the deep-lying transverse abdominis are not strong enough, the stomach sticks out. The top-sealed rectus abdominis gives us a defined 6-pack. The external and internal oblique muscles are responsible for the waist shape and contribute to that hourglass form that many of us want to get.

If a slim waist and a flat tummy are your goals, you should be focusing on toning and strengthening these muscles. That’s the reason why you need a mix of static exercises, body-weight dynamic exercises, and stretching.

1. V-ups
10 Simple Moves to Get a Tiny Waist and a Flat Stomach

V-ups target all the abdominal muscle groups: transverse abdominis, obliques, and rectus abdominis

Lie down, keeping your legs flat and your arms stretched over your head.
Crunch and lift your torso and legs off the floor, reaching for your feet.
Return to the starting position.
Repeat 10-12 times.
If it’s a bit too challenging, lift one leg at the time, alternating.
2. Alternate reach and catch

Alternate reach and catch works on the transverse abdominis and rectus abdominis muscles.

Lie flat and bend the knees.
Move both hands toward your left thigh reaching for your knee.
Return back to the initial position.
Repeat this move on your left side.
Repeat 10-12 times on each side.
3. Side crunches with a balance ball

Side crunches with a balance ball are highly effective for external and internal obliques, because the instability of the ball forces you to activate these muscles to the max.

Lie sideways with your right hip on an exercise ball.
Place your left foot behind your right foot, use a wall if you need extra support.
Place your hands on the back of your head for support, but try not to pull during the exercise.
Crunch upward, lifting your upper body.
Slowly return to the starting position.
Repeat 10-12 times.
Change sides and repeat 10-12 times on the other side.
4. Crunches with a balance ball

Crunches with a balance ball work on the rectus abdominis muscles and the transverse abdominis muscles.

Choose a ball so when you sit on it, your legs form a 90° angle.
Sit on the ball and move your feet forward so your lower back is leaning on the ball.
Keep your hands behind your head for support.
Crunch, engaging your core and slowly move back to the starting point.
Repeat 10-12 times.
Make sure that you don’t pull your head with your hands, your abs should do the work.
5. High plank with hip extension

Everybody “loves” plank. The high plank with hip extension takes this exercise to the next level and targets the transverse abdominis, and the external and internal obliques.

Start in a push-up position, keeping your hands under your shoulders and making one line from your head to your feet.
Keeping your upper body still, slowly lift your left leg off the floor.
Hold for 5 breaths and return to the starting position.
Repeat with your right leg.
Repeat 10-12 times on each leg.
6. Scissors

The scissors exercise is a great workout for the transverse abdominis muscles.

Lie down and place your arms by your sides.
Bend your knees and lift your legs.
Raise one leg up to about a 45° angle and lower the other leg until it’s just 2 inches from the ground.
Alternate your legs.
7. Reverse crunch

Reverse crunch works on multiple muscle groups, the rectus abdominis, the obliques, and the transverse abdominis.

Lie down and place your hands by your sides or under your bottom.
Bend your knees at about a 90° angle.
Pull your legs to your chest and up, slightly rolling your back.
Roll back to the starting position.
Keep the knees bent the whole time.
You can adjust this workout for your own strength, the further you roll, the harder it is.
8. Side stretch

Regular stretching is just as important for getting and staying in good shape as any exercise, but it’s often overlooked. Side stretch works great on the obliques.

Place your feet shoulder-width apart, keeping your hands by your side.
Slide your right arm sideways and bend your torso, lifting your right arm up.
Wait for a couple of seconds and slowly move back to the starting position.
Repeat on the other side.
Repeat 10-12 times on each side.
9. Abdominal stretch

Abdominal stretch is also known as cobra yoga stretch and is very effective for stretching the rectus abdominis.

Lie down on your stomach, placing your hands near your shoulders.
Push your hands and lift the upper body up, keeping the hips and pelvis on the floor.
Pause for 10-15 seconds.



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    Good news

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    Is tiny waist that Important

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    Very interesting

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    Thanks for the update

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    I so love this

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    Interesting update

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    Interesting information

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    I hope this actually works

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    Sure but its such an European standard of beauty as long as you are healthy its fine. Good post tho.

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    Nice to hear

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    Nice piece

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    I pray it works for some people

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      Me too, especially the really fat ones

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    Great news

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