- Slide Lunges
- Sumo Squat to Thruster
- Speed Skater Lunge
- Goblet Squat
- Bridge with Ball Squeeze
- Ball Passes
Keep reading for a step-by-step guide of the workout with pictures and descriptions of each of these exercises.
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Start by targeting those inner thighs for a killer workout and some serious results.
This amazing inner thigh workout only takes 20 minutes and will give you muscle definition you never thought possible. The best part is you can do this workout right at home.
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HOW CAN YOU FIRM UP YOUR INNER THIGHS?
Unfortunately thighs are a common storage place for excess fat. In order to have slim and toned thighs you’ll want to focus on losing excess fat and building the muscles in your legs and thighs.
Make a weight loss plan to burn more calories than you consume. You can do this through eating a few hundred less calories per day, and also burning a few hundred calories per day through exercise.
When you work out, choose a balance of cardio and strength training exercises. Include some variations of squats, lunges, and other leg exercises to target your inner thighs.
Many workouts do not target the inner thighs specifically, that’s why I created this workout for you below.
DOES WALKING TONE INNER THIGHS?
Walking is a great way to be physically active and burn some calories. Walking doesn’t isolate your inner thighs, but it can still help to tone your legs, burn calories, and contribute to overall weight loss.
In order to better tone your legs through walking, increase the intensity of your walks. Try adding steep hills, stairs, or a little speed walking to boost the intensity of walking to help target your inner thighs.
- Stand normally with a plate under your left foot.
- Slide your left foot sideways (or backwards) as you bend at your right knee into a lunge position. Keep your front knee behind the toe.
- Slowly slide your left foot back to starting position and come up.
- Hold a dumbbell in each hand with elbows bent and weights brought to shoulder-level.
- Do the sumo squat- stand with your feet wide and turned out. Bend your knees and deeply lower your hips into a squat until your thighs are parallel with the floor.
- As you slowly come back up to standing press your dumbbells up and over your head until your arms are straight.
- Bend your knees and slightly lean forward and then take a big step and leap laterally to the right side. As you go, let your left leg cross back behind you and go down into a lunge.
- Then switch sides and move to the left, bringing your right leg behind you into a lunge.
- Continue alternating sides and building up speed.
- Wide squats holding some kind of resistance at chest level.
- Grab a kettlebell or dumbbell and hold it with both hands at chest level, palms facing up.
- Do a wide squat – bend at the hips and knees to lower down like you are sitting.
- Keep your knees above your toes and lower until your thighs are parallel with the floor.
- Hold the position for a second then slowly straighten and stand up.
- Lay your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
- Squeeze a medicine ball, pillow, basketball, rolled-up towel, etc between your knees while doing your bridges.
- Squeeze the muscles in your lower back and butt and lift your hips up towards the ceiling
- Hold 3–5 seconds and slowly return to the starting position.
- Lay on your back with a Swiss ball between your feet.
- Bring your feet and hands towards the ceiling and pass the ball from your feet to your hands.
- Return to laying on the floor and then repeat, passing the ball from your hands to your feet.
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