5 Simple Exercises for a Perfect Buttocks, Thighs, and Legs!
As you may already know, the most difficult body part for toning is the lower half. Often, it’s a struggle to fit into your jeans, no matter how hard you try. But, if stop eating unhealthy foods and live a more physically active life and regular workout, you will tone your thighs and buttocks in a short amount of time. Also, it’s crucial to know how to define the muscles in the glutes and thighs so that when you start losing weight, the legs become smooth and toned.
These several exercises which we’ve prepared for you will strengthen your body, burn surplus fat, and tone the muscles. You should begin with one set of each exercise. Once you get comfy, you should increase to two sets and so on. Let’s take a look at the exercises now:
Stand with the legs shoulder-width apart and step to the right. Lower the weight over the bent leg and slowly go upright and then put the foot back to the starting position. Do 10 repetitions.
Butt lift with medicine ball
Lie on the back, the knees need to be bent, and the feet on the floor. Then, squeeze a medicine ball between the knees and raise the buttock to make a straight line from the knees all the way to the shoulders. Make sure the neck is relaxed. Hold the position for 30 seconds and then go to the primary position.
Inner thigh leg lift
Lie on the side and bend the top leg over the bottom one and put the knee on the ground in front of you. Raise the straight leg few inches and then lower it back, but make sure it doesn’t touch the ground. Do 10 repetitions on one side and 10 on the other.
Since toned thighs mean nothing without well-shaped buttocks, you should take a look at these exercises which will tone your buttocks in no time!
This exercise doesn’t target the glutes only, but the lower back and hamstrings as well. Lie flat on the back with the knees bent and the arms at the sides of the body. Slowly, squeeze the glutes and lift the hips to the ceiling. Imagine a straight line from the knees to the shoulders. The head and neck need to be relaxed. After 3 seconds or so, lower the hips gradually.
This exercise will strengthen the glutes, but the core as well. Begin on the hands and knees and with the hands below the shoulders. The knees need to be below the hips. Then, stretch the right leg behind you until it’s aligned with the spine. Imagine a straight line from head to toe. Next, gradually lower the leg back down and repeat the same movement on the other side.