The thighs are parts of the body that can easily accumulate body fat as with the belly. Poor dietary habits greatly influence inner thigh fat. It is impossible to spot reduce fat on the body through normal means, and diet. So, practicing some targeted exercises is a logical solution.
How To Lose Inner Thigh Fat?
Inner thigh fat can be really frustrating when making you feel like you can’t wear the clothes that you want to. If you have a problem with excess fat in your inner thighs then look no further. We’re about to give you all the top tips and exercises to get those thighs looking strong and sculpted.
EXERCISES TO LOSE INNER THIGH FAT
In order to have toned, attractive, and strong inner thighs, you need to combine a healthy diet, a balanced lifestyle, and regular exercises together. These will help you lose weight for your entire body. Follow these exercises to shape and tone your inner thighs.
- Feet hip-width apart. Feet and knees aligned
- Step behind and bend both legs, curtsy
- Knees are in an awkward position, so move with control
- Focus, stabilize, and contract hip and leg muscles
- For more power add a hop – with control
WALKING LUNGES WITH DUMBBELLS
- Stand up straight with arms at your sides while you hold a dumbbell with each hand
- Step forward with your left leg lowering your body until your knees are bent at a 90-degree angle.
- Keep your body straight and keep your chin up. Your abs should be pulled in
- Remember you don’t have to use a dumbbell if you are a beginner
- Have your feet wider than shoulder-width
- Keep toes externally rotated
- Tense your abs, and thighs
- Lower your body sticking butt out
- Push through heels and extend legs
- Start with your legs, shoulder-width apart
- Lean forward slightly, keep your back straight and knees bent
- Lead to the right and bring your left foot behind you and your left arm up in front of you
- At the end of this leap bend your right leg, so that you are in a single leg squat position
- Now transfer to the opposite leg by leaping from your bent right leg onto your left leg and bring your right leg behind you and your right arm up in front of you.
- Finally, bend your left front leg to end in a single leg squat
- Repeat this dynamic exercise 10-20 times with pace while keeping balance throughout the movement.
- Stand straight, keep your feet hip-width apart
- Step sideways to your right with your right foot and lunge towards the floor
- Your right knee should not go further than your toes
- Maintain the position for a few seconds
- Repeat the process using your left leg (work up to 3 reps with each leg)
STRAIGHT LEG KICK
- Stand tall, (hold onto something if necessary)
- You have to pull your shoulders back and keep your head high
- Swing one leg forward keeping the swinging knee straight
- Swing your leg up high enough until you feel a slight tightness at the back of the leg ( hamstrings). Do not swing too far
- Swing your leg back
SIDE-LYING LEG LIFT
- Lie on your side with your head rested on your right arm
- Lift your left leg and down
- You have to make sure your leg goes straight up and down
- If you can’t feel your glutes engage, you can slightly rotate your hips forward
- Keep your hips steady
- Breath out when lifting your leg, and breath in when lowering it
MEDICINE BALL SIDE LUNGE
- Start standing with your feet wider than hip-width the distance
- Hold a medicine ball at your chest level with both hands (if you are a beginner try not to use a medicine ball)
- Move your left leg to the side, lower body while keeping your right leg straight
- Keep your toes pointed forwards at your left knee in line with your left ankle
- Keep the medicine ball at your chest it should aline with your left hip elbow and shoulder when you are in the squat
- Push off with your left leg to get the starting position
Our body gains fat proportionately, and it will lose weight in the same way. So, spot reduction is not possible. Remember all these exercises will only help if you are in a calorie deficit and sleep 7-9 hours a day for proper recovery.
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