9. Plank: 3 sets of 30 seconds
You take a pushup like position with the body’s weight on forearms, elbows, and toes. The arms should be directly under the shoulders with the entire body in a straight line and the back completely flat neither arched nor rounded. Plank is one of the best calorie-burning and beneficial exercises. A plank hold engages multiple muscles at once, thereby benefiting the core strength of your body.
Not just burning the fat around your abdomen area, they also work by giving you an improved posture, flexibility as well as a tighter tummy. Since planks work your core, that means they work basically the whole body, from your pelvic girdle to your shoulder girdle as well as your legs. The plank strengthens your spine, your rhomboids and trapezius, and your abdominal muscles, which naturally result in a strong posture as they grow in strength.