I really appreciate you offering this advice for working out at home. I have three small children and a husband and household to care for….not much time left for going anywhere that isn’t related to caring for all of that.
I’m a wannabe exerciser but have a really hard time knowing what to do or how. I am planning on using these movements and some others, if I can find some more ideas online, to start a ‘housewife workout’ routine.
I wanted to ask though….is it possible to work off a belly overhang? I have strong muscles throughout my body and have been losing weight for over a year (since my last child was born). My goal is to be strong, have great stamina, and if possible have no belly overhang. Is it even possible through fat loss and working out?
Over-exercising your abs can lead to problems. It can lead to poor posture, especially if you don’t exercise your lower back muscles just as much. Additionally, if you’re using the same ab exercises day in and day out, it can lead to a muscle imbalance between the three parts of your abs. This can increase chance of injury. Just looking at these potential drawbacks, along with the fact that there’s no beneficial reason to exercise abs every day, you can draw a conclusion that daily ab workouts is an unhealthy way to go.