We all want to stay fit in our life. Nobody likes fat legs and bumpy tummy. According to the fitness trainer, the most important thing about working out is persistence. However, let’s be honest with ourselves, we can’t follow it daily as a routine. We often get bored with it.
It will be a lot easier to motivate ourselves to be in shape if the duration of exercise is not as much long as an hour or two.
A short set developed by the famous American celebrity coach Tracy Anderson helps to eliminate “fat deposits” on the knees and hips that can appear even in slender people. Let’s work out the front, back, and inner thigh surface and get thinner with the help of short exercises.Are you ready?
Workout place: a bed.
Workout duration: 3 minutes.
When to work out: after you wake up or before going to bed at night.
Frequency: every day.
1. Toning the front part of the thighs
Works and tones the front part of the thighs, knees, and abs.
The initial position: Start this exercise by lying on your back, arms down on both sides of the body. Raise your legs so that they make a 90-degree angle with your body. Don’t bend your knees. Pull your toes up. Bend your knees one by one, and return your legs to the initial position. Keep your knees together, and keep the front part of your thighs tensed. Make sure you follow the right posture.
Repeat: 10 times for each leg.
Self-check if you’re doing it right: Your muscles will start feeling hot
It is important to notice, in the initial position, your knees should be as straight as possible.
2. Toning the back part of the thighs
Works and tones the front and back part of the thighs, knees, and abs.
The first part: The initial position lying on your back, legs raised, toes pulled toward your body. Hold your knees together, and bend your knees one by one. Remember, your toes should always be pulled toward your body, and your heels should reach your buttocks.Repeat this 10 time for each leg.
The second part: The initial position — lying on your back, legs raised and a little bit bent at the knees. Make swings in both legs, raising your buttocks and keeping the upper part of your legs tensed.The more your legs feel the strain, more toned it will get.Now repeat it 20 times.
If you want to know that what you are doing is right, You will start feeling the tension in the muscles of the back part of your thighs and feeling a slight burning.
3. Toning the inner part of the thighs.
Works and tones the upper part of the legs, buttocks, and abs.
The initial position: Start it by lying on your back, keeping your legs raised and crossed with your right leg over your left leg. Both legs are tensed and pressed against each other. Bend your knees toward the sides to make a “plié” movement, and then return to the initial position.Keep in mind that your legs should always be tensed and pressed against each other.Otherwise, there will be no use of doing this exercise if not done properly.Repeat it 10 times with your right leg and then 10 times with your left leg.