10 Fat-Melting Exercises To Destroy Inner Thigh Flab

Losing weight under your thighs is easier than you think. It might seem impossible but the good news is that inner fat is attached of a muscle which is the largest in your body. And this situation makes the losing weight process easier.

Hips and thighs are most prone to fat accumulation than the rest of the body, making your figure unattractive.

Well, I followed some super-effective exercises to get rid of inner thigh fat, and I toned my muscles perfectly, and I’m trill to share them with you. All that you have to do is to work 5 days for 2 weeks.

1. Lunge

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How to do:

Stand with your feet slightly apart and flex your abdominal muscles.
Step forward with your left leg, while your torso stays straight.
Bend your knee until it forms a 90-degree angle.

Side Lunge:

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How to do:

Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart.
Lower yourself as if you are going to sit down on a chair, until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
Return to the standing position. Repeat twice, 15 to 20 times.

2. Squats

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How to do:

Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart.
Lower yourself as if you are going to sit down on a chair, until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
Return to the standing position. Repeat twice, 15 to 20 times.

Froggy Squat:

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How to do:

First you have to spread your feet beyond shoulder width apart.
Now place your hands in front of your body and inhale while you go down and exhale when you go up.
The important point you should note is that you have to push hips back with out bending your knees and folding them towards your toes.
You can do this exercise for about 10 to 15 minutes.

Jump Squats:

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How to do:

Stand with your feet flat on the ground, hip-width apart.
Lower yourself toward the ground, then jump into the air as high as you can, landing softly.
Make sure your behind extends behind you so that your knees don’t move forward past your toes.

3. Hip bridge

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How to do:

Lie flat on your back, and place your hands on the floor for balance as you bend one leg and lift the other leg off the ground.

4. Jumping Jacks

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How to do:

Stand with your legs together and arms at your sides.
Jump to move the legs outward and raise the arms above your head.
Jump again to return to the starting position.
Repeat for 10-15 repetitions.

5. Leg Up

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How to do:

Lie down on the floor facing the ceiling.
Keep your palms on the side facing the floor and relax.
Lift both the legs at about a 30-degree angle from the ground.
Hold for about five seconds. Slowly bring the legs down to the floor.
Repeat this 10 times.

6. The Single-Leg Circle

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How to do:

Lie on the mat with your arms by your sides and your palms facing down.
Raise your left leg toward the ceiling, and rotate it slightly outward.Inhale, and trace a circle on the ceiling with your left leg.
Moving your whole leg, but keeping your hips still.
Trace the circle 5 times in a clockwise direction and then 5 times in anti-clockwise direction.
Switch legs and repeat 5 times.

7. Air Cycling

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How to do:

Lie on your back and face the ceiling.
Lift your legs up to 90 degrees.
Start moving your legs as if you are cycling in the forward direction.
Do this for 1 minute and then slowly put down your legs and relax.
Move your legs up to 90 degrees and start air cycling in the backward direction for 1 minute.
Repeat the set 5 times.

8. Aerobic Exercises

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Along with strengthening and cardiovascular exercises, you need to do aerobic exercises to tone your hips and thigh muscles. These exercises help burn fat on your inner thighs and the rest of the body as well.

9. Wall sit

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How to do:

To start, lean against the wall with your feet hip-width apart planted firmly on the ground.
Your feet also should be about 2 feet away from the wall.Now brace your abs and slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against the wall until your legs are bent at the 90 degree angle.
This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your leg muscles will not get a workout.
Knees should be directly above your ankles and your back should be touching the wall at all times. Hold this position for 20-60 seconds.

10. Jump rope

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How to do:

To start, grab the handles with a comfortable grip.
Turn the rope by turning your wrists in circular.
Swing the rope over your head and jump as it passes your feet.
You don’t have to jump high – just enough to clear the rope.
Land evenly on both feet. Continue for one minute, then rest for one minute.

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