If you don’t have any equipment then also its not worry dear. You can have 1 L water bottle and treat it as a dumbbell weight. The same goes for cylinder, 1 Kg bag, etc as weights. Let’s find the 23 Effective Workouts to Reduce Belly Fat & Obliques. These workouts if followed vigorously then one can lose the belly fat and overall body fat and get fit.
Anyways the different workouts that you can perform besides push-ups are considered into cardio-functional training which includes mostly stretching. Lets see the following:
1] Side bends: To stretch the obliques and other muscles at the side of the torso.
2] Forward bends: To stretch the hamstrings and lower back.
3] Hamstring Stretches: To stretch the hamstring and lower back.
4] Lunges: To stretch the inner thighs, hamstrings and glutes.
5] Feet apart seated forward bends: To stretch the hamstrings and lower back.
6] Inner thigh stretches: To stretch the inner thighs.
7] Quadriceps Stretches: To stretch the front of the thighs.
8] Crunches: Emphasizes upper abs.
9] Twisting crunches: For upper abs and obliques.
10] Reverse crunches: Emphasizes lower abs.
11]Seated Leg tucks: For upper and lower abs.
12] Leg raises: Emphasizes the lower abs.
13] Front kicks: For obliques and intercostals.
14] Rear leg scissors: For the glutes.
15] Vacuums: Emphasizes the abs.
16] Mountain climbing: Emphasizes on deltoids, biceps, triceps, chest, obliques, abdominal, quads, hamstrings and hip abductors.
17] Planks: Emphasizes on core, back, arms, shoulders, glutes, and hamstrings.
18] Burpees: Burpees target every muscle and improves explosiveness
19] Tree pose: It is a balancing pose which helps one to improve focus and mind.
20] Suryanamaskar: It is known a complete body workout.
21] Jumping jack: Emphasizes on arms and legs.
22] Power push-ups: Emphasizes on lower chest, shoulders, back, abs.
23] Squats: It is a compound, full body exercise that trains primarily the muscles of the thighs, hips and buttocks, quadriceps femoris muscle, hamstrings, as well as strengthening the bones, ligaments and insertion.