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Get A Tiny Waist With These Outdoor Exercises

Want to lose inches off your waist fast? You’re in luck. The secret to losing weight is burning more calories than you consume. And the best way to do that is by exercising.

Exercising outdoors can help you burn more calories and get a better workout than if you were to exercise indoors. Plus, you get to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine while getting fit!

Here are some great outdoor exercises that will help tone your abs and slim down your waist:

  • Lunges

Lunges are one of the best exercises for toning up your lower body quickly. They target the glutes, quads, hamstrings and calves. Lunges are also very good for improving posture and balance — which makes them especially useful for those who want to lose belly fat or improve their athletic performance.

  • Squats

Squats are another great exercise for toning up the legs, but they also work out the core muscles as well! While squats may seem relatively simple at first glance, they actually require quite a bit of balance and coordination in order to do them correctly — which means that they’ll be burning more calories than other leg exercises like lunges or leg presses.

  • Hiking

Hiking is one of the best all-around outdoor exercises. It’s a great way to get in shape, relieve stress and enjoy nature — all at the same time! It can also be an intense workout if you hike at high altitudes or do long hikes over uneven terrain

  • Cycling

Cycling is another great all-around exercise that helps build muscle while burning lots of calories at once. Not to mention it’s easy on your joints since your bodyweight isn’t supported by any other part of your body while cycling.

  • Mountain Climbers

This is an excellent exercise for the abs, lower back and shoulders. Start in a push-up position with your hands directly under your shoulders. Your legs should be straight and together with toes pointing forward. Bend your right knee so that it’s directly above your right ankle and keep your left leg straight as you lift yourself up with both arms. Bring your left knee toward your chest while keeping your torso as low as possible and then return to starting position.


Mary J. Payne
Mary has over 10 years of experience as a journalist. She loves to travel and write about her experiences, but she also covers topics such as education, career advice and finances.