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7 Simple Exercises to Reduce Thigh Fat

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There are fats which are poses greater challenges in front us as it is hard to reduce them but easy to gain. So if you are one of those who have been facing it difficult to get rid of this stubborn thigh fats then you can read on to know more about how you can tame this unruly fat of yours. Thigh fats are common in women but if you are a great consumer of sugar, carbohydrates, trans-fat and alcohol then you will get these big thighs in no time.

Simple Exercises to Reduce Thigh Fat

You have to really commit towards the workout if you want to get real benefits from it and not only that you need to chalk out session wise workout. You have to give in, at least 4 – 6 sessions of 45 minutes each week.

1. Squats:

Squats for thigh fat reduce

This leg exercise reduces the belly fat and tones the leg and buttocks. Stand with your feet slightly apart. Now bend in a sitting position until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Straighten your hands parallel to the floor, in front of your body and hold this bent position. This almost appears like an air-sitting position. Stay in this position for 30 seconds and repeat 10 times.

2. Seated Leg Raise:

Seated Leg Raise for thighs

Sit on a stable chair. Place your feet on the floor. Your knees should be bent at 90-degree angle. Place your hands on the sides of the chair. Lift and extend your right leg while you exhale. Breathe normally and hold for 30 seconds. Lower your right leg down and exhale. Repeat this move with your left leg

3. Stability Ball Leg Lifts:

Stability Ball Leg Lifts

This is one of the easy-to-do exercises for inner 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. 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.

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