6 Most Effective Thigh Toning Exercises To Do At Home

There’s nothing more attractive in a woman than a short dress with toned and sculpted legs. So ladies, put your dress aside for the moment and let’s HIIT those legs and butt with the most effective thigh toning exercises.

6 Thigh Toning Exercises

If you’re looking for thigh toning exercises, these 6 moves are you best option. They hit your outer and inner thighs, as well as your butt.

1. 90-Degree Side Lift

Roll up a yoga mat into a cylinder or use a sturdy chair for a solid 90-degree side lift. And let’s get started!

  1. Stand rolled-up yoga mat or chair in front of you.
  2. Stand with your feet spread to shoulder-length apart.
  3. Do a slight bend at the knees and lean forward with your hips in order to position your hands on top of the chair (or vertical mat).
  4. Your back should now be parallel to the floor.
  5. Keep your hand sturdy on the chair for support; raise your right leg straight out to the side with your toes pointed.
  6. Your legs should make a perfect 90-degree angle.
  7. Hold the position for a five count and return to the starting position.
  8. Do 10 reps with each leg for a set, and do three sets.

2. Narrow Squat With Overhead Press

Taking a narrow stance in a squat targets the often-neglected inner parts of the leg: inner thigh, hamstring and quadricep. All of these muscles are foundations for strong legs. This is one of the easiest thigh toning exercises!

  1. Stand still with your legs together.
  2. Hold light weights in each hand, and raise the weights up to your head by bending at the elbows.
  3. Perform a squat by pushing your butt back and bending at the knees in order to lower yourself towards the floor.
  4. Keep your legs as close as possible. You should feel the pull in your hamstrings.
  5. Keep your weight on the heels of your feet and keep squatting.
  6. Lift your arms up so they are straight overhead and parallel to one another.
  7. Push against your heels and bend your elbows back down in order to get back to your starting stance.
  8. Do three sets of 10-15 reps.

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