Which is the better way to reduce belly fat: ab exercises without any equipment or an ab machine?

Bellyfat is very tough to reduce.directly you can't target belly.daily go to running.this will reduce total body fat to some extent.the fat stores in upper body and lower body will be burn first when you go for running.the muscles in tummy are very sensitive.it takes nearly six months of time to reduce the tummy in safe and healthy way. Diet control is very important.Take protein rich food in morning.the whole day you can feel energetic. In lunch take medium food.in dinner take very less amount of food.don't fall in tricks of powders and etc.coming to exercises ask your trainer how to reduce fat in body.if you stop taking food you will lose weight but  it isn't your body fat.the glucose and water levels in the body will be lost.you feel more hungry and you will eat more and gain more weight.so for first two months go for running 2 to 3 kms is enough.then concentrate on exercises for abs.do exercises for ssides with heavy dumbbells.skipping is very good exercise.you can do it for 10 mins.do exercises with proper positioning of the body while you are doing exercises. Take the help of your trainer when you are doing exercises.sleep well daily at least for 8 hours in night time only.avoid drinks ,oil food,dairy products and junk food.in other way you can try aasanas in yoga.you have to do yoga only in presence of trainer only.yoga also takes time.
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