Warming up before you start your thigh toning exercises can help prepare your body and mind. Warm-ups can increase blood flow to muscles, improve flexibility, and reduce the risk of injury.
One of the best exercises for thighs and hips. Stand straight, move your legs wide apart, extend your arms in front of you, flex, and bring them in front of your chest as you squat.
Deadlifts work your hamstrings, lower back, and glutes. To do this, stand with your feet hip-width apart, hold a barbell or dumbbell, hinge at your hips, and lower the weight towards the ground. Now squeeze your butt to stand up.
To perform a step-up, stand in front of a bench or a step, take a step forward with your front foot, and lower your back knee towards the ground. Step up onto the bench with one foot and push through your heel to stand up tall. Step back down and repeat on the other side.
Ensure your feet are on the platform and sit on a leg press machine. Now, push the platform away from your body, making sure that your back is flat against your seat.
To do this, lie face down on a hamstring curl machine with your ankles hooked under the padded bar. Curl your heels towards your glutes and squeeze your hamstrings at the top of the movement.
To do box jumps, stand in front of a box or step, jump up onto the box, and land softly on the balls of your feet. Step back down and repeat.
To perform this cardio sprint, run at your maximum speed for a short distance, such as 50 meters or 100 meters. Sprints are good for your quadriceps, glutes and hamstrings.
To do this, stand tall with your feet hip-width apart. Take a big step to the side with one foot and lower your body towards the ground, keeping your other leg straight. Push back up to standing and repeat.
Best for calves and thighs. Stand on your feet close together, raise your hands above your head and slowly bend forward and touch your knees.
Assume the cat position, and keep your palms flat on the floor and your legs wide apart, now slowly raise one leg and stay there for 10 counts.
Lie down on the mat, keep your right leg straight and your left leg bent. The right leg foot should be flat on the floor, and your hands on the sides.