Here’s the problem with transforming a part of your body…
It takes work. But, there is another problem within the “do the work” mantra.
And that is that you need a proven and SIMPLE “recipe”.
Why? Because I’m pretty sure that you bought complexed solutions and meals and workout plans but nothing did the trick.
Happened to me too.
So, what happens next?
I said give me the X things that I can do over and over for a longer period of time and stick to it to see what happens.
So, this is how I found this workout plan that I am sharing with you today.
5 Exercises plus cardio.
And no, this is not my plan. This is from the fitness expert Jessica Smith.
The first results should be visible in the first week.
Before we dive in, a word of CAUTION:
Don’t dream about slimmer thighs and then go and inhale a box of donuts, m’kay?
It doesn’t work like that.
And no, you don’t deserve a big dessert “since you’ve been working out today”.
No. (telling the same to me btw so nothing personal)
Stick to a small dessert and make sure to be as healthy as you can.
1. Skater hops
I’m sure you’ve watched professional ice skaters before right? Just lean forward, keep your back straight, and hop from one lang to another image like you are gliding on a glass clean ice with a huge speed. The trick is when you do the hops to keep your “free” leg behind you.
Now, you have to work your arms too. So move your arms in front of you for a better training effect.
How long should you do this?
Start with one minute. If you can do it longer, cool. Do it tomorrow.
2. Frog kicks
This exercise is called frog kick and the frog is on its back. So start by lying down on your back and placing your hands on your chest or behind your had.
Now start lifting your back and try to meet your chest with your knees. Now, keep your back straight and your knees and heels together. Slowly kick your legs out at a 45-degree angle to the floor and press your knees together. Hold this position for a few seconds before bringing your legs back towards you.
How long should you do this?
Try doing 15 kicks the first time. If you feel that you can do tomorrow, go for it.
3. Half moon kicks
Watched karate movies when you were younger? Well this is one of them kicks that I’m sure you’ve seen. Ok, here’s how you can do it.
Stand with your left hand in front of the right like you are about to fight with someone.
Then imagine that in front of you, right above your head there is a coconut that you want to kick.
Good. Now, lift your right leg and try to kick it and then lend the right leg in front of the left leg.
How long you should do this?
Try this 10 times on each leg and see how it goes.
4. Side-to-side plié
The easiest way to explain this is squats + knee kick.
Meaning, to do this exercise, just crouch down into a squat position.
Now, you can hold this position for 30 seconds and then start going up and transfer the weigh on you right leg + kick with your left knee up towards your chest.
Оr you can do the kick immediately after the squat.
So, you squat and left knee kick up, you squat and you do right knee kick up.
How many kicks?
Start with 10 on each leg.
5. Butterfly stretch
You did it. You are about to do the last exercise.
I call this flying-with-your-knees exercise.
Good. Here’s how you should do it.
Sit down and touch the bottom of your feet together, close to your thighs.
Ok, now keep your back straight up.
Cool. Now start moving your knees up and down like a butterfly.
In other words, start flying with your knees. (told ya)
BONUS TIP: You can also use hydrotherapy and massages to tighten up your thighs. These measures increase blood flow and help your body burn fat more quickly. Massage your thighs daily using circular motions and switch between hot and cold when showering.