Best Exercises or Workouts to slim down Legs and Thighs

Are you embarrassed about your thighs and legs having a few extra fats? Are those extra pounds preventing you from wearing your favorite shorts or miniskirts? Well, here is the perfect solution for that. Read on for a few simple exercises to tone your thighs and legs and bring them back in to shape.

Exercises for Legs Thighs

Chair Squat

Stand up with your back facing a chair. Your feet should be kept apart at a width of your shoulder. Keep your weight on your heels and bring in your abs. Lower your butt to the chair and hinge your hips. Just before sitting on the chair, pause and then go back to standing. Repeat this about 10 to 15 times for 3 sets.

Hip Bridge:

Lie down facing up, and keep your knees bent. Keep your heels on the floor as lift up your toes.  Lift your buttocks till a straight line is formed at your back from the shoulders to the knees. After 1 second, lower your body. Repeat the steps 15 times.

Leg Lift:

Face a chair and stand. Keep your right leg straight and raise it slowly to place the heel on top of the chair. Keep both your knees straight. The right leg should be kept in the air as you bend your left leg slowly and straighten it out again. Repeat the steps 10 to 15 times for each leg. Do 3 sets in total.

Low Lunge Hover:

Keep your feet at the width of your hips and stand straight. Step your right foot backwards as you lower in to a lung stance. Put your left knee over your ankle to do this. From your waist, hinge forward and out your hands above your head. Let your arms try and reach forward as you bring down your chest to the thighs. Straighten your left leg and bring up your right leg. Breathe 3 times and then return back to the initial position. Repeat the steps 3 times for each leg.

Lateral Lunge Side Kick:

Keep your feet together and arms at the sides as you stand straight. Hold a dumbbell in each hand. Raise the right leg to the side and bend your left knee at right angles. Push the left foot and stand up. Keep your knees slightly bent. Repeat the steps with the other leg. Complete 3 sets with 12 to 15 reps in each set.

Pivoting Curtsy Lunge:

Keep your feet at the width of your shoulder and stand straight. Bring your right foor behind you in a position that looks like 7 o’ clock. Make your body in a lung stance by bending both your knees. Bend your torso by 30 degrees forward and pulse your body about 15 times up and down. Bring your right foot to the front by straightening your body and pivoting 180 degrees. After that, again lower yourself. Pulse your body up and down. Repeat on the other side. do 3 sets of 10 to 15 times each.

Skater Lunge:

Stand up with your arms at the sides and feet apart at the width of your shoulder. Cross your left leg diagonally behind your right leg and take a huge step. Put out your right arm to the side and swing your left hand towards the right, across your hips. Take 2 hops to the left and return to the initial position. Repeat the steps on the other side as well. Complete 3 sets of exercises with 20 reps each.

Split Squat:

Hold dumbbells in each and put your arms at the sides. Bring your left foot forward and your right foot backwards at considerable distance apart. Bend both he knees. Now, your right knee should be almost touching the floor, and your left knee above the ankle. Return back to the initial position. Repeat about 10 times by alternating the legs.

Standing Forward Bend:

Keep your feet apart at the width of your hips and stand straight. Bend down from your hips and bend your knee slightly. Leave your head to fall forward towards the ground and lay the chest on the upper part of your thighs. Slowly try to straighten your legs. Do not let your knees get locked. Breathe about 5 to 8 times slowly, and return back to the initial position.

The Lean:

Stand with your arms at the sides and feet apart at the width of your shoulder. Use your right leg and step back diagonally. From your waist, bend to the side where you have stretched your leg. Put your right hand up and your left hand down and a bit back. Go back to the starting position. Repeat 10 times and then repeat 10 times on the other side.

Two-Thirds Jump Squat:

Stand up straight, your arms at your sides, and feet shoulder width apart. Squat down and stop when you are two-thirds on the way down. Jump up straight, and point your arms up to the ceiling while you jump. After landing, repeat the steps. Repeat 3 sets of 20 reps in each set.


Hold the back of a chair and stand up. Your feet should be kept in a V position. Keep the toes 4 inches apart, and press the heels together. Lift the heels slightly as you bend your knees. Lower your hips till you can, and then go up. Repeat this 10 to 15 times in each set. Complete 3 sets.

Warrior III

Keep your feet together as you stand straight. Lift up your left leg and put all your weight on the right one. Point your left toe outwards. Bend your torso and head and keep lifting your leg till they come in a straight line. Keep the arms at your sides. Your body parts must be correctly aligned. Your back must be straight. Your right knee should not be locked, as this will concentrate the weight on to the center. Breathe 5 times and return. Repeat the steps with the other leg. Your legs and core are toned.

All these exercises work great on your thighs and legs. You no longer need to be embarrassed about these parts of your body being fat or plump. Follow the exercises daily to see considerable results.

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