5 ways to get rid of FUPA without surgery
The dense, jiggly fat just above or around your panty line is known medically as "panniculus." After pregnancy, abdominal surgery, or rapid weight loss, this area frequently accumulates fat. As you get older, you might also notice some FUPA also known as, “fatty upper pubic area.”
Let's look at several techniques to assist you to eliminate that stubborn body fat, and get rid of FUPA.
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What are some exercises to get rid of FUPA?
Upper pubic area exercises and using a calorie deficit to reduce your overall body fat is the most effective strategy for losing FUPA. Here are 5 exercises for you:
1) Bicycle Crunch
Bicycle crunches can help you regain strength in your deep core muscles without putting strain on your back.
Keep your knees bent at a 90-degree angle above your hips as you lie on your back.
Try to anchor it in place throughout the move by pressing lower into the floor.
Lift your shoulders slightly off the ground and place your hands behind your head.
Straighten your left leg and twist your left elbow toward your right knee while keeping your right knee at an angle of 90 degrees. Instead of bringing your right knee closer to your chest, try to keep it directly above your hip.
Next, alternate sides and repeat on the opposite side.
2) Leg Raise
Leg raises can strengthen your core and tighten your inner abdominal muscles.
With your hands tucked under your buttocks, lie flat on your back to begin. Your toes should be pointing toward the ceiling and your legs should be drawn together.
Your legs should be at a right angle to the ground when you bring them all the way up. Your feet ought to remain flat and tensed.
To make this exercise more difficult, use your abs to pulse your legs up toward the ceiling once.
Bring your feet back to the floor slowly. Repetition is required.
A burpee workout boosts your heart rate and burns calories.
With your feet shoulder-width apart, stand.
Squat with your buttocks lowered.
Kick your legs behind you as you lower your hands to the floor and land in a plank position (a great power move!).
Lower yourself into a push up then push back up into a board.
Hop your feet up toward your hands and stand up.
Repeat the process.
4) The Hundred
The classic Pilates move 'The Hundred' can assist you in strengthening your deep core muscles.
Begin by lying on your back flat.
Lift your jaw to your chest, and feel your lower abs lock-in. Lock your elbows and extend your arms straight out to your sides.
Lift your legs to an angle of 90 degrees as you inhale deeply. While holding your legs in this position and moving your arms up and down, inhale and exhale for a count of 100.
Rehash the development in the event that you'd like.
You can do the Superman pose while lying down to tighten your deep ab muscles and lower back.
With your arms outstretched in front of you, lie face down.
As you slowly raise your arms and legs, tighten your abs.
Keep those arms and legs up!
For 30 seconds, without touching the floor, raise and lower your arms and legs.
Lower, rest, and repeat.