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6 Torch And Tone Thigh Workouts

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If you’re working to lose that extra fat around your thighs that barely seems possible to get rid of especially for some of the body parts like our inner thighs. If your are the one among those unlucky guys then you probably need best set of exercises in order to get those bikini leg. Because today in this post we are going to share 6 simple exercises to torch and tone your thighs. Yes, it is possible to actually be happy with the way your legs look! So try these exercises and you’ll love to be in your swim suits!

6 torch and tone thigh workouts

 

Seated Machine Leg Extensions:

  • For this exercise you will need to use a leg extension machine. First choose your weight and sit on the machine with your legs under the pad (feet pointed forward) and the hands holding the side bars. This will be your starting position. Tip: You will need to adjust the pad so that it falls on top of your lower leg (just above your feet). Also, make sure that your legs form a 90-degree angle between the lower and upper leg. If the angle is less than 90-degrees then that means the knee is over the toes which in turn creates undue stress at the knee joint. If the machine is designed that way, either look for another machine or just make sure that when you start executing the exercise you stop going down once you hit the 90-degree angle.
  • Using your quadriceps, extend your legs to the maximum as you exhale. Ensure that the rest of the body remains stationary on the seat. Pause a second on the contracted position.
  • Slowly lower the weight back to the original position as you inhale, ensuring that you do not go past the 90-degree angle limit.
  • Repeat for the recommended amount of times.

Dumbbell Lunges:

  • Stand with your torso upright holding two dumbbells in your hands by your sides. This will be your starting position.
  • Step forward with your right leg around 2 feet or so from the foot being left stationary behind and lower your upper body down, while keeping the torso upright and maintaining balance. Inhale as you go down. Note: As in the other exercises, do not allow your knee to go forward beyond your toes as you come down, as this will put undue stress on the knee joint. Make sure that you keep your front shin perpendicular to the ground.
  • Using mainly the heel of your foot, push up and go back to the starting position as you exhale.
  • Repeat the movement for the recommended amount of repetitions and then perform with the left leg.
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