10 At-Home Easy Exercises For Thinner Thighs

Jessica Smith – fitness expert and star recommends the following thinner-thigh circuit that will help you to tone and strengthen your lower body, insisting on your thighs. Along with this intense thigh workout and with a healthy diet, you will be able to tone and firm your thighs…and also it will work your “tush”. So, what do you say? Another thing to mention is to purchase a pair of 5-10 dumbbells and empower yourself with attitude to sculp your body.

This healthy and intense change will be a nice challange for 2019, and if is not a necessity then it will be a healthy lifestyle you can enjoy.

1. Cossack Squat

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Stand with feet much wider than shoulder-width apart, arms relaxed by sides.
Squat as deep as possible to the left, while turning right toes up, flexing right foot (right leg remains straight and torso leans slightly forward to maintain balance).
Extend arms straight out from shoulders.
Return to the starting position and perform on the opposite side to complete 1 rep.
Do 2 to 4 sets of 8 to 12 reps.

2. Crisscross Power Jacks

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Stand with feet together and take a deep breath in.
As you exhale, jump feet out wide and cross arms overhead.
From there, scissor legs, crossing left leg in front of right, as left arm crosses over right at chest level. Immediately repeat, alternating sides each time.

3. Inner-Thigh Blaster

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Stand forearms’ distance away from a sturdy chair or countertop, holding on lightly with right hand.
Step feet hip-distance apart, toes pointed straight ahead.
Place a soft, small ball (or similar size pillow) between inner thighs.
With left hand on hip, lift heels, balancing on balls of feet.
Bend knees and lower about an inch (imagine back is sliding down an imaginary wall).
Press inner thighs into the ball, keeping shoulders stacked over hips, hips stacked over ankles, and core tight.
Raise hips back up and bring left arm overhead, squeezing the ball with inner thighs.
Lower an inch to repeat.
Do 30 reps, and then turn around to repeat on other side.

4. Tree Lean to Side Lunge

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Stand tall with feet together and arms overhead. Laterally flex the spine so that arms and shoulders reach left while hips sway right.

Sweep arms up and over, making a half circle down toward the right as left leg steps out into a side lunge.
Land in a deep side lunge with left hand resting on thigh, right hand touching the floor.
Push off the floor and circle arms back overhead to return to lateral lean as left foot returns to right.
Do 10 reps; repeat on opposite side.

5. Scissor Legs Plank

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Begin in a full plank position with each foot on a folded towel, paper plate, or gliding disc.
Keeping upper body stable, slide feet apart, opening legs as wide as possible, and then slowly squeeze inner thighs to slide feet back together.
Do 2 sets of 15 reps, resting in between sets as needed.

6. Frog Bend

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Lie faceup with legs extended straight over hips, feet flexed, heels together, and toes turned out.
Slowly bend knees out to the sides, and then straighten, using your inner-thigh muscles to control the movement.
Do 3 sets of 12 reps, resting in between each set as needed.

7. Squeeze and Lift

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Place a small ball between ankles (can be a soft weighted ball, air-filled ball, or medicine ball, but softer balls are more comfortable), and lie on right side, supporting head with bent right arm.
Bend top arm and press hand on the floor in front of chest to help stabilize body.
Squeeze inner thighs to secure ball.
Lengthen legs and then press bottom leg up toward top to lift both legs about 6 inches off the ground.
Hold for 5 counts.
Do 10 reps; repeat on opposite side.

8. Barbell Squat

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Place a barbell across shoulders (not on top of your neck) and stand with feet just wider than shoulder-width apart, toes turned out 10 to 15 degrees.
Bend at knees and hips, lowering body as close to the floor as possible (heels should not lift off the ground and lower back should not lose its arch).
Keep knees wide and tracking in the same direction as toes to avoid letting knees drop in toward the midline of body.
Reverse the motion and stand up. Do 3 to 4 sets of 8 to 12 reps.

9. Around-the-Room Froggies

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Stand with feet wide, knees and toes pointed out, reaching hands down to the floor.
Squat down as low as possible while keeping chest lifted and knees tracking over toes.
Jump up in the air and rotate body a quarter turn to the right while bringing feet together, swinging arms overhead to help propel body up. Land in a deep squat, facing right side of the room.
Continue to complete a full rotation.
Repeat as many times as possible for 1 minute, then repeat to the left.

10. Pilates Side Splits

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Stand with feet hip-distance apart and parallel.
Place a gliding disc or hand towel under right foot.
Extend arms straight out from shoulders, palms forward.
Slide right leg to side, opening legs apart wide (2 to 4 feet).
Press into left foot and use inner thighs to draw right leg back to starting position, keeping legs straight.
Do 15 reps; repeat on opposite side.

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