What exercise burns the most love handles?

Ask any woman where she wants to lose fat?

Answer most likely will be: love handles or belly fat.

In order to burn fat, no matter which area of the body you’re focusing on, you need to follow a few basic steps:

eating a healthy diet while being at a calorie deficit, strength training regularly, and getting in cardio workout.

When you do this formula consistently, you’ll be able to lose fat and reach your fitness goals.

However, if you want to get rid of love handles for good, know that this is a stubborn area of the body due to high insulin levels.

Besides eating a controlled carb diet, you’ll want to incorporate training sessions that are a bit higher intensity.

One of the best workouts to burn fat includes a complex.

If you’re not familiar with a complex, it’s a series of compounds movements that you do sequentially with no rest, either holding a pair of dumbbells, kettlebells, or a barbell.

It’s a challenging workout for sure, but can help you melt off those love handles in the process.

Here’s an example of a complex you can do with a pair of dumbbells to get rid of love handles for good.

Perform this as a single session, or add it to the end of one of your workouts as a finisher.

Do 3 to 4 sets of the following exercises back-to-back, and next, check out The 6 Best Exercises for Strong and Toned Arms in 2022, Trainer Says.


Hold a pair of dumbbells in front of you.

Keep your chest tall and knees soft, and push your hips back while dragging the weights down your thigh.

Once you get a nice hamstring stretch in, drive your hips forward, squeezing your glutes to finish.

Perform 3 to 4 sets of 6 reps.

With your feet shoulder-width apart, push your hips back, and bend your torso so you’re bent forward at least 45 degrees.

Tighten your core, and row both dumbbells towards your hips, squeezing your lats at the end.

Straighten your arms fully before performing another rep.

Complete 3 to 4 sets of 6 reps.

Begin by holding a pair of dumbbells up to your shoulders.

Keep your core tight, push your hips back, and squat down until your quads are parallel to the ground.

Then, drive through your heels and hips to stand back up, flexing your quads and glutes to finish.

Perform 3 to 4 sets of 6 reps.

Begin this exercise with the dumbbells up next to your shoulders and your palms facing each other.

Keep your core tight and glutes squeezed, and press the dumbbells up, flexing your shoulders and triceps at the top.

Lower the weight under control before performing another rep.

Complete 3 to 4 sets of 6 reps.


For this exercise, you’re going to hold a pair of dumbbells, and take a long stride backward with one leg.

Firmly plant your heel down, then lower yourself until your back knee touches the ground.

Push through with your front leg to come back up, then repeat with the other side.

Do 3 to 4 sets of 6 reps on each leg.

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