Sagging around the waist and sides is, in general, linked to total body fat: the more fat you have, the more it gathers around the core.

Flaccidity in the abdomen is both unhealthy and irritating. It can raise the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and other conditions. This post will show you how to combat lateral fat with exercises. So, go for it!

To begin, lie on your right side with your legs stretched out and your feet and hips resting on the floor.
Then, as shown in the figure, place your right elbow squarely under your shoulder, engage your core muscles, and lift your hips and knees off the floor.
You must hold on for as long as possible. Then go back to your starting location. Then repeat on the opposite side.


  • You will need a medicine ball (as in the image) or dumbbells.
  • Stand with your feet hip-width apart with your weight on your left leg.
  • First, start by holding the dumbbell in both hands next to your left shoulder, then rotate to cut toward your right hip.
  • Next, let your feet and knees pivot with the twist, lift the weight back toward your left shoulder, and repeat for 20 reps.
  • Do 20 reps on each side.


  • First, you have to lie on the ground. With arms extended to the sides of the body.
  • Then bend your legs putting them at a 90-degree angle.
  • Then touch the ground with the tip of the left foot and return to the starting position. Then do the same with the other foot. That’s a repeat.
  • You must repeat it between 15 and 25 times.


  • Begin this exercise with a full plank.
  • you have to put the right forearm on the mat and then the left, reaching a plank with the elbow.
  • Then put your right hand on the mat, and straighten your right elbow.
  • Do the same with your left arm to return to a full plank.
  • Do 10 repetitions.


  • You will need a medicine ball (as in the image) or dumbbells.
  • Sit on the floor, lift your feet off the ground and lean back slightly. It’s about keeping your balance in that position.
  • With your arms extended in front of you, twist to one side of your body and then the other.
  • A complete turn is a turn to the left, plus a turn to the right.
  • To make it more complicated you can do it with a medicine ball.
  • Repeat this exercise 10 times.