5 Minute Workout to Tone Those Thighs



 

5 Minute Workout To Tone Your Thighs:

 

We need our legs to carry us through life and all of our daily activities, but we also want to look great. I credit my toned legs to not having a car until I was 23 years old. I walked, ran or rode my bike to the mall, to work, to my friends, pretty much everywhere I went. I was exercising everyday whether I wanted to or not. Nowadays with a full plate, a busy schedule and a set of car keys, it seems harder than ever to work these legs out. So I decided that 5 minutes a day was all I needed to keep my legs toned. Do you have 300 seconds to give your legs some love? Trust me, the reward will be worth it.

This quick thigh workout focuses on your quadriceps, hamstrings, abductors and adductors. You may even feel a little something in your glutes. To put it simply, do this workout consistently and you will be on your way to sleek, sexy and toned thighs. Cellulite and saddlebags are soon to be a thing of the past.

 

Got cellulite?

There is a layer of subcutaneous fat that sits just below the surface of your skin. Everyone has it, but in some cases the fat appears bumpy because it pushes against the connective tissue creating a cottage cheese looking effect. Most people, women especially, have cellulite. There are lots of things that can contribute to cellulite development such as lack of physical activity, poor diet, slow metabolism, and hormonal changes. Don’t spend another dollar on a magical pill or cream that promises to rid your body of those little lumps. None, not one, has ever been proven to work, Instead, get up and move your body with intention.

 

The Workout

  1. 10 Reps x Sumo-Style Squats to the Board
  2. 10 Reps x Scooters
  3. 10 Reps x Hamstring Gliders

Repeat exercises 1-3 for 3 total rounds.

  1. FINISHER: 25 reps x Total Gym Outer Thigh Blasters

You should do this thigh-busting, at-home workout every other day in the order listed quickly and with the proper form. To up the ante, mix in some various forms of cardio like speed walking, hill climbing and bicycling. When the exercises no longer feel challenging, increase the intensity by changing the level of your Total Gym.

Dejinira Lee

Dejinira Lee has been an ACE certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and nutrition specialist since 1997. She received her education from UCLA’s specialized Fitness & Nutrition program and Tuft’s University for Total Nutrition.Dejinira is also a Total Gym GRAVITY Trainer, BOSU Master Trainer Levels I and II, and an ACE trained Clinical Exercise Specialist. She currently works with golfers, instructors and regular clients of all fitness levels, in both a Virtual and Studio setting, focusing on improving strength, range of motion, balance and agility.“I love meeting the different needs of my clients! It keeps my mind active and inspires me to keep learning. There’s no better feeling than hearing my clients say “I can’t believe I did that!”

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