I've never made real exercise. Recently i began doing push-ups starting with
1 a day and finally increasing it to 15 day. Sometimes doing it 3-4 times (45-60).
If i continue this routine, will it help to reduce my belly fat?
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Simply put; no.
Diet is 80% of the battle when it comes to weight loss. Focus on this before any other area.
Also, you cannot 'spot-reduce' fat.
Push-ups are a useful exercise but they should not be your only exercise. Too many push-ups (and little else) will lead to posture issues.
Consider adding squats, pull-ups, planks etc - these are compound exercises that'll hit more than one area.
Yes,you will lose weight if you do push-ups everyday.But it depends on how many you do. Doing just 50-100 push-ups isn't going to make a huge difference.You have to go for 200 to 300 push-ups everyday to see any decent changes. And a another point is that you also have to have a good diet.Stop eating junk food and eat more protein.