A thin waist and a flat belly - this is exactly what almost all women dream of, who are not given an ideal figure by nature. However, this does not mean that it is impossible to make a waist slim at home. To do this, you just need to perform special exercises, designed to burn fat deposits in the abdomen and sides, and to strengthen the front wall of the abdominal press, so that the belly looks taut and flat.

The established parameters 90-60-90 cause women to starve and exhaust themselves with exercises in order to get a little closer to these parameters. However, these accepted standards of beauty are extremely rare in life, as each body is individual and has its own parameters. The size of the waist is also affected by internal factors, like your health.

If you have thyroid gland diseases that affected the hormonal background, you first need to get rid of the underlying cause, leading to an increase in body weight and, accordingly, an increase in waist size. If you do not have any contradictions, these exercises are the best for you:

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#1. Crunches

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#2. Reverse Crunches

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#3. V-Ups

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#4. Russian Twist

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#5. Leg Raise

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#6. Windshield Wiper

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#7. Plank

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#8. Assisted Roll Up

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#9. Scissors

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#10.Toe Taps

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