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See Ya, Love Handles! These Trainer-Approved Moves Will Make them Disappear

The Healthy Logo By Helaina Hovitz of The Healthy | Slide 1 of 11: "Many believe the obliques are only located in front, however, they wrap around the torso, much like a corset would wrap around your waist, in both front and back," says Tracy Campoli lifestyle and wellness coach and renowned YouTube fitness guru. "To get rid of back fat, you want to work the internal oblique muscles and the lower back muscles simultaneously." Try this exercise: Stand with your legs hip-width apart and arms up over your head. Lift your right leg up with a bent knee up and out to the side. At the same time, lower your right elbow towards your right glute. Then, twist your torso as though you are looking behind your right shoulder. Repeat this ten to 15 times on the right side, then repeat the sequence on the left side. This technique from Campoli uses the internal oblique muscles to rotate the torso while incorporating a lateral crunch on the working side of the body—and is good for your balance, too, as are these other balance exercises.

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"Many believe the obliques are only located in front, however, they wrap around the torso, much like a corset would wrap around your waist, in both front and back," says Tracy Campoli lifestyle and wellness coach and renowned YouTube fitness guru. "To get rid of back fat, you want to work the internal oblique muscles and the lower back muscles simultaneously."

Try this exercise: Stand with your legs hip-width apart and arms up over your head. Lift your right leg up with a bent knee up and out to the side. At the same time, lower your right elbow towards your right glute. Then, twist your torso as though you are looking behind your right shoulder. Repeat this ten to 15 times on the right side, then repeat the sequence on the left side. This technique from Campoli uses the internal oblique muscles to rotate the torso while incorporating a lateral crunch on the working side of the body—and is good for your balance, too, as are these other balance exercises. Click through the slideshow above for more love-handle busting moves.

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