Last Updated on September 3, 2019 by Femniqe Editorial
Many of you have been asking for another tiny waist seated workout.
Here it is.😉
Just like the previous one you can do it at work or school without leaving your chair.
It’s perfect for persons who spend most of the day sitting and not being able to workout. Plus, there’s no need for any explosive movements as this is low impact.
Now remember, a workout by itself will not help you lose waist and belly fat.
You have to combine it with a calorie deficit meal plan that will automatically put your body into a fat burning mode.
A big misconception is that you can just do workouts and lose body fat without paying attention to your diet.
Don’t make that mistake like most people.
That’s why at the end of this guide, you will be given a meal plan that can be used as a guide to keep you in a reasonable calorie deficit for the week.
The Chair Exercise Workout Overview
This workout will last 8 minutes and will target your entire midsection.
It combines five different seated waist workouts, that will engage your upper and lower abdominal muscles.
The rest time between each set should be 30-40 seconds and no longer than that.
Even though you’re seated you want to maintain a level of intensity throughout the workout session.
As always, you’ll be given a workout chart to show you the amount of sets and reps of each move. A workout video will be provided below that demonstrates each exercise.
However, let’s break down the 5 chair exercises to make sure you’re doing them correctly.
1. Upper Body Twist
As the name suggests, to be engaging your upper body to help stabilize the movement.
This will gauge your core much better.
Note: During this work on your short contract your abdominal muscles.
How to do it
- Get into the starting position as shown in position A with both hands set at 90 degrees.
- Now you’re going to slowly twist to the right and hold for one second while contracting your core.
- After the one second, return to the starting position and do the left side then repeat.