Are you tired of those thigh fats that cause your thighs to rub against each other when you walk? Do you want a thigh gap? Have you tried several thigh exercises and still haven’t gotten any positive results? If yes, then there is good news for you!
You can get rid of those thunder thighs, and get the sexy lean legs you have always dreamed of in a short period of time with these 6 exercise moves
1. Squats with dumbbell
Holding a dumbbell vertically in front of your chest, stand up straight. Hold the dumbbell head with your palms facing each other.
Tense your core, and lower yourself as far down as you can go by bending your knees and pushing your hips back. Be sure your knees are kept over your toes in the course of the exercise.
Hold for one count at the bottom, then, push back up to your starting position.
2. Dumbbells with box Lunge
Stand on a box or step while holding a dumbbell in each hand at your sides. Step backwards with your left leg into a lunge position. While stepping backwards, lean forward using your hips and reach down towards your feet with the dumbbells.
Do the reverse of the movement to return to the starting position, then do the same thing with your other leg.
3. Swiss ball hip raises
To do this, you will have to lie flat on your back on the ground, bend your knees and keep your feet flat on top of a swiss ball.
Next, raise your hips such that there’s a straight line between your shoulder and your knees. Lift one knee to your chest, then hold for a count and slowly lower it back to the ball.
Repeat with your other leg and keep switching back and forth.
4. Tip toe walk with Dumbbell
Holding a pair of heavy dumbbells at arm’s length by your sides, stand on your tip toes with your heels raised in the air and walk in a circle for one minute.
5. Lunging Dumbbell Jumps
Hold a pair of dumbbells to your side, with your palms facing inwards towards each other. Stand with your right foot in front of your left, and lower your body into a squat – with your front knee and back knee both bent at 90 degrees.
Jump up as high as you can and switch your feet so that you’re in the same squat with your legs reversed. Continue to jump and reverse the squat.
6. Straight leg squats extenders
Stand straight on your feet with your arms held out straight in front of your body. Keep them up at shoulder level – they should be parallel with the floor.
Raise your left leg a few inches off the floor and hold it there. Push your hips back, lowering your body as low as you can go. Keep your left leg out in front of you, and avoid letting it touch the floor.
Hold at the bottom for one count and then push yourself back up to starting position