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8 Simple Exercises For Slim and Tight Thighs

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Many women are looking for ways to get slim thighs. A slim thighs look great when you step out in a new dress or pair of jeans.

8 Simple Exercises For Slim and Tight Thighs

In this article you’ll discover what it really takes to reduce your thighs and slim down other parts of your body.

1. Side and Cross-Over Lunges:

This exercise will help you to tone your inner thighs as it hits them from different directions.

Side and Cross-Over Lunges

  • Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart. Take your left foot making a wide side-step.
  • Bend your right knee so you push your hips behind you when you are stepping aside.
  • Your right leg remains extended as you move your body weight on your left side.
  • Touch the ground with your finger tips so your arms on either side of the left foot.
  • Return to standing position. Perform 1 set for each leg, 10-15 repetitions.
  • For the classic lunges, stand with your right leg forward and left leg back.
  • Then slowly bend the knees until both legs are nearly at right angles. Then push back up to starting position.
  • Remember to keep your back straight and don’t let your knees extend over your toes. Perform 1 set for each leg, 10-15 repetitions.

2. Stability Ball Leg Lifts:

This is one of the easy-to-do exercises for slimmer thigh that includes a stability ball. This stability ball exercise makes the inner thigh workouts a bit more challenging. It helps to tone the core and inner thighs.

Stability Ball Leg Lifts exercise

  • Lie on your side with your arms kept crossed in front of your body, and a stability ball placed your feet.
  • Gently lift the ball up towards the ceiling using your hips and butt and then return to the starting position.
  • This makes 1 repetition. Complete 3 sets of 15 repetitions.

3. Leg Circles:

Leg Circles

  1. Lay on your back with your legs straight out in front of you on the floor. Place your arms on the floor at your sides for stability.
  2. Lift your right leg until it is about six inches off of the floor.
  3. Point your toe and draw five small circles clockwise.
  4. Switch directions and draw five small circles counterclockwise.
  5. Slowly lower your leg back to the floor. Repeat with the opposite leg.
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