The best exercises for beautiful legs

In our daily lives, we pay no attention to our thighs and exercise is often neglected. Therefore, even in very thin people, this part of the body can be the most problematic area. To get rid of fatty acids and tighten the inner and outer thighs, you need to do regular exercises.

These exercises will help you shape the outer and inner thighs, especially if you stick to a healthy diet and continue with a vigorous cardio routine.

  1. Side Lunges

This exercise directs all the muscles to the lower body and helps get rid of stored fat in the lower body, which helps reduce the appearance of cellulite on the thighs. You can also, after you feel comfortable doing this exercise, add weights to be more challenging.

  1. Standing stretch with an elastic band

Take an exercise band and stand in the middle of the band with each end firmly gripped in your hands. Stretch your leg at your side in a slow, controlled motion. Repeat with the other leg.

  1. One-legged circle

Lie on the floor with your hands at your sides and palms down. Raise your right foot as if you were trying to touch the ceiling. Rotate your leg straight out and slowly use your elevated leg to draw a circle on the ceiling. Keep your hips stable and repeat the circular motion five times clockwise, then counterclockwise. Repeat with your other leg.

  1. Squats

You will need to perform 20 repetitions of the exercise. Start the exercise by standing on your two feet so that they are far apart. Bend your knees until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Bring your body weight to the back of your feet. Begin to move downward so that the leg is fully straightened. To get the full benefit of the exercise, press the glutes at the highest point of the movement. Do at least 3 sets.

  1. Leg Lifts

To do this exercise, you need to lie on your right side, then lean on your hand and then you need to bend the left leg. And then you need to put it firmly on the floor in front of you, holding it still with your left hand. Then you should slowly raise and lower your right leg without any sudden or high movements, and then repeat this operation for your other leg as well.

  1. Single legged hip raise

For this exercise, you should start on the floor with your back and right knee bent. Then, with your left leg resting straight on the floor and keeping your left leg straight, lift it up to a 45-degree angle so that it is in line with your right thigh. Next, allow your arms to relax on the floor, then strengthen your abdominal muscles, press your right heel into the floor and raise your hips.

Your hips should end at a straight line between your shoulders, hips, thighs and feet, and you should pause for two seconds, then lower your back to the floor. You should repeat this movement for a total of 15 reps, then switch sides and complete all reps on the other leg, then continue alternating legs for a total of three sets, with no rest between sets.

  1. ClamShell

You should lie on your left side with your left arm under your head, then rest your other hand on your hip and bend your knees to a 45-degree angle. Then keep your feet together, then tighten your abs and spread your knees as far apart as possible.

  1. Alternating legs

First, you need to start in the same position as the donkey kick, but open your right leg to the side. You also need to open your hips and keep your right thigh parallel to the ground, then resist the urge to touch your knee to the ground when you bring your knee back to its original position. So, you need to repeat the movement 15 times on each leg and perform 3 sets.

  1. Squeeze and Lift

You will need a small exercise ball. Place it between your ankles, using a weighted ball will work even better. Lie down with your left arm to support your head. Slowly bend your upper arms while pushing the ground with your hand to maintain your balance. Now squeeze the ball using your inner thighs. While pressing the ball, lift your legs off the ground by pressing on your lower leg. Hold the position for a few seconds and repeat with the other side.

Cardio for the thighs
In addition to the aforementioned inner and outer thigh exercises, you need to include cardio exercises in your fitness program to lose excess fat. You can start with running or biking, but anything like climbing stairs, swimming or kickboxing will work great.