The perfect high indoor exercise—which blows fat when creating muscle—is difficult to achieve. Fortunately for you, we’ve already done the legwork! You’ll have toned thighs in no time if you do these seven workouts three times a week.
1. EXTENDED LEG LIFT
- Stand on your side on the floor or use a workout pad like our Gaiam Fitness Mat to protect your neck with a little pillow.
- Take forward the top knee, until it rests on the board.
- Keep the lower leg stretched and the toes point.
- Leave it about 6 cm off the ground and leave it down for three seconds.
- Do not allow your lower leg to rest on the floor until your set is complete.
Recall moving slowly for a successful thigh training. Make two sets of 10 ea leg repeats.
2. BALLET RAISE
Start by standing on one foot, which should be flat on the concrete.
- Place the opposite foot in front of the flat one, with your toes touching the ground and your foot pointing.
- Slowly raise your foot as high as you can while preserving its pointedness and proximity to your leg.
- Return it to the beginning point by lowering it.
- Your toes should be able to reach only above your knee. If you need assistance balancing, stand by a pillar. Begin with two 15-minute sets.
3. THRUST AND SQUEEZE
- With your arms by your feet and your knees bowed, lay down.
- Place your feet flat on the concrete, about 12 inches apart.
- Pull your abs in into your neck and keep your lower back on the floor during the set.
- Squeeze your butt and press up with your feet to gently pick it off the floor.
- Before dropping your bottom, press your knees together.
- Begin with two 15-minute sets.
4. INNER-THIGH PRESS
- Lie down with the legs out out in the air, approximately two feet apart.
- At a 45-degree angle, the body should be twisted.
- Keep each leg just below the knee when crossing your arms.
- For at least five seconds, exhale while pushing your legs backward while continuously pressing them outward with your palms.
- Start with 10 reps and work your way up.
5. STANDING THIGH PRESS
- Wear ankle weights if possible and stand with your feet close with your back straight.
- Flex your legs and stretch your abs.
- For at least five seconds, lift one leg and gently press one thigh against the other.
- Shift your leg outward and press it again, but don’t swing it.
- Begin with a ten-rep set for each leg. If necessary, you can support yourself by holding on to the back of a chair or the wall.
- A staircase and some inspiration are what you need to cross-step.
- For balance, face the railing and grab it. Cross one leg over the other into the first step from the bottom of the stairwell.
- Then, on the next move, cross the opposite leg.
- Continue in this manner until you hit the top.
If you want to turn things up a notch? When cross-stepping, ankle weights will help you get toned thighs quicker.
7. DEEP SQUAT
- Start by obtaining two weights, such as the Neoprene Hand Weights suggested by our staff or aluminium water bottles.
- In either hand, hold one.
- Spread your legs slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, flattening your feet and pointing your toes slightly outward.
- Slowly squat down and hold for three seconds before returning to the starting spot.
Start with one set of 15. If you need help balancing, you can do deep squats with your back against a wall.
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