Here's a Week's Worth of Belly-Fat-Busting Workouts
ABCs (Abs, Buns, Chest)
Lay on your back and do two crunches, lifting your chest to the ceiling to avoid straining your neck. Roll forward and up a to standing position with your feet wide and do two squats. Place your hands on the ground and pop your feet back into a plank. Do two pushups (lower to your knees if you need to). Hop back to standing and do two squats before lowering your back to a flat position, where you'll start the sequence over again. Don't rush this move—go slowly until you get the hang of it, then gradually speed up once you've got your form down.
Make it harder: Instead of a regular squat, do jump squats, where you hop up into the air between reps.
Marching Farmer Squats
Stand with your feet together and your arms hanging at your sides. Press your hips back and squat down, trying to touch your fingertips to the floor. Rise up, by pressing through your heels and squeezing your glutes. Lift one knee to hip height, return your foot back to the floor and drop back down into the squat. Rise up and lift the opposite knee to hip height and continue alternating knees as you squat.
Get into a plank position. Hop both feet forward toward your hands, so you're in a crouching position, with hands still on the ground. Immediately spring back into a plank position and repeat.
Make it easier: Hold a strong, stationary plank instead.
Stand with your feet together and arms at your sides. Drop into a slight squat and spring up into the air while extending your arms and legs outward into a star shape. Land softly, knees slightly bent, with legs back together and arms at your sides. Repeat.
Get into a side-plank position, with your elbow directly below your shoulder. Try to maintain a straight line from your shoulders to your feet, so that your hips don't drop.
Make it harder: Add outer thigh lifts by raising your top leg up and down while holding the plank.