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3 Types of Exercises Anyone Can Do to Lose Belly Fat | Add These to Your Routine for Fat Loss

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In this glorious age of information and technology, we have all the knowledge we could need or want at our fingertips - quite literally. We can find almost every answer to any question ever asked in the palm of our hands (provided there's a good internet connection).

And what about all the apps available? There's an unlimited selection of apps that can satisfy your needs, whether it's for entertainment, personal development or business.


Having a smörgåsbord of options available can be tricky. There are many opinions, and you're never short of conflicting information on almost any topic, especially with regard to weight loss, choosing where to start, what to read, and which app to download is really complicated. It's information overload!

Whether you're at the start of your weight loss adventure or researching topics for weight loss maintenance - it affects us all! The amount of conflicting information online and on social media platforms is mind-numbing. After looking at the variety of diets and workout plans, you may have found yourself doing your best to smash together a routine and hoping for the best! (I mean, it's better than nothing, right??)

We would love to tell you there's a winning combination of diet and exercise for quick and painless weight loss. However, it doesn't exist. You're more likely to spot a unicorn on your way to work than to find "the perfect" weight loss hack online.

This post will share something better than the cookie-cutter/copy and paste method for weight loss - building blocks that make the journey comfortable for you, your routine and your wallet. Below are three components recommended as the foundation of your training. You can mould and shape how you'd like to combine them, just as long as you include them into your routine each week.

1 - Strength Training - Muscles are metabolically active, meaning it burns calories to maintain themselves. The more lean muscle mass on your body, the higher your metabolism rate - which equals more fat-burning effects!


Strength, or resistance training, can be performed with body weight, light (or heavy) dumbbells or resistance bands - as long as you put the muscles under tension.

This form of training is thought of as a long-term investment, with greater rewards the longer you practice. Muscle takes time t