Can you recommend something I can train or start exercising for my big belly?

Rosi X.
I was always told walking… Just plain old fashioned walking is the best for losing belly fat but it might not be a matter of exercise mainly maybe you need to look into your diet also
Jennifer C.
Less or no soda because it makes you bloat. More water because it flushes you out. More sleep for healing and the thermogenesis effect. Then if you walk or run, make sure you are engaging your core muscles whenever you can. Small start but it is a good one if you are not used to working out yet.
Megan G.
First of all your belly is not big, its beautiful! Secondly I would recommend starting small, look at YouTube videos for free short workouts and do whatever you feel capable of I.e. 5, 10, 20 minute abs workouts and then work your way up. Good luck!
Carl U.
I recommend doing russian twists, planks, crunches. If these things don't work, then look up some exercises on youtube or google. There's plenty of things you can do. Food also plays a big role in this. Train yourself to eat smaller portions. Eat until you're satisfied, not until you're full.
Caroswan N.
HIIT training is the best.

Its short and makes you lose fast.

But you really need to work on your diet too.

Fixing your diet will make you lose faster than any exercise.

Judy U.
Anything will help, you just have to start immediately. The journey of a 1000 miles starts with the 1st step. So just start something, then worry about what it is/what more or different to do later
Muir Q.
The best way to lose weight is to move. Do anything – go for a walk, do a short exercise routine every time you go to the bathroom, etc. Do it every day and slowly build up so you're doing more strenuous exercise as time moves on.
Stephane A.
The best way is proper nutrition. Hard to do the first day I pledge no sugar I busted my daily sugar not knowing that fruit who seem healthy like blackberry contain 50 gram of sugar per cup a can of coke only 28 gram. Thinking of eating healthy without looking in the background can make it worst
Carl F.
Lie on your back and do crunches in 3 sets (20 repetitions in the first set, 14 in the second, 10 in the third). Bend as far as you can.

Also do planks (at least three sets — for as long as you can. Keep your form right (body outstretched)).

Using a gym cycle also helps

Most importantly, remember that spot reduction is a myth. You can’t control where the fat goes away from, first. It’s up to your body. So a regular exercise habit is essential. The above exercises are merely suited to build the ab muscles. They won’t necessarily burn belly fat. Start small and eventually commit to a regular exercise routine involving all muscle groups.

If you have a lot of body fat, cardio will be as important if not more important than exercises. Go for a run!

Judith U.
ive been underweight for a lot of my life so i’ve never had to deal with that but push-ups and crunches have helped me develop abs so those are good to start off with but i recommend the adidas training app because it offers full workouts and the majority are free, they fit to your preference so if you want to work out three times a week they’ll adjust the workouts, overall it is very helpful and i believe you will see progress if you use the app.
Francisca F.
I would say you could start by taking a walk every day. Maybe in the morning before you start working, or even after dinner. Go from a 5-minute walk, to a 10-min walk, to a 15-min walk. When you make this a habit, go for longer walks. It's a great exercise for your body, but also for your mind!
Creusa N.
Hi friend. I have belly weight too. I have been told that you can’t lose weight on one area—you have to focus on overall health as the belly weight will follow. If you can, walk 15/20 minutes a day for two to three weeks. Then increase it by five minutes the next few weeks. It’s like our drink water challenge—small steps at first. And you’ve got this. I believe in you.
Lynlyn V.
I would say what worked for me is switching up what you do to exercise everyday (write down what you’re planning on doing the night before!). What you do to exercise is completely up to you (get creative 😊), but I like to do 1 minute planks, crunches, jumping jacks, sprint once a week (for a few minutes and build up from there), or do a few minutes of jogging. Hope this helps!