Problem areas?!! We all got those!
For most women, the lower body is the main issue area, its where all the chocolate, cookie, icecream and fast food choose to call home.
With simple changes in snack intake, and with the below explained exercises, this issue can be resolved. there are some key elements that would be required.
- Realistic Target
- Enough Time
Put your shoes on. Get yourself ready to shed off the fat off your hips and thighs.
Run It doesn’t matter what your speed is, just get up and get going, you can take as many walking breaks as needed. But be sure to finish 20 minutes of running 3 times a week. Don’t give up! You will see the results, trim the fat off your thighs.
Standing Abduction Hold onto a wall with your left hand for balance, and stand straight up with your knees slightly bent.
Keeping your right leg extended (knee soft) and right foot flexed, lift the right leg out to the side. Lift as far as you can without moving your upper body. Pause for a second, then return to the starting position. Complete a set, then repeat with the opposite leg.
Squat Stand up with legs and feet past shoulder length apart. Squat down for 20 reps. Keep your knees above your heels. Keep your back tall. Tuck your butt in. Mix it up by holding the squat at the bottom of the exercise for 20 seconds and baby pulse for 20 reps. Bring feet in closer repeating the exercises. Feel the squeeze in your thighs! The burn means it is working.
Double Leg Lift Lie on your left side with your legs stacked on top of each other. Prop yourself up on your left elbow. Rest the fingertips of your right hand in front of you for balance. Raise your right leg about 12 inches, then slowly raise your left leg to meet it. Hold for 2 seconds, then lower each leg separately. Repeat.
Lunge Standing with your feet together, hold dumbbells down at your sides with palms facing in toward your thighs.Take one big step forward with your right leg. Plant your right foot, then slowly lower your left knee toward the floor. Your right knee should be at a 90-degree angle, and your back straight. Press into your right foot, and push yourself back to the starting position. Repeat with your left leg.