Because the body commonly stores fat in the thighs, men often look for tips on how to get thin thighs. Unfortunately, even after losing weight, the thighs are one of the more difficult areas to tone and slim down. Don’t give up, though. There are simple things you can do to slim down your thighs.
Things you’ll need:
- Stationary bike
- Take advantage of your stationary bike. Make the proper adjustments before starting your exercise session. Adjust the seat so that your leg is slightly bent when you pedal downward. Your leg should never be fully extended, even when you pedal all the way down to the bottom Make sure the handlebar is at a comfortable height to prevent back pain. Adjust the resistance to a setting that allows to have a continuous 30-minute session. You may increase the resistance gradually, but avoid the maximum setting. Do this exercise four days per week to accomplish your goal.
- Consider power walking. Power walking means that you walk at a faster pace than you normally would. Start with short, fast strides. As you continue with your power walking sessions, lengthen your stride. Repeating your power walking session about four days per week can help slim down your thighs. Walking on an incline will develop your leg muscles and make your legs appear thicker, so avoid walking up hills or on incline trails.
- Use a chair to help you get thin thighs. Stand in front of a chair as if you’re going to sit down. Sit down slowly then proceed to stand up, but avoid extending your legs fully so that you’re in a squatting position. Repeat the chair squatting exercise about 20 times. As you become more comfortable, increase the repetitions to about 40. Three to four times per week will most likely help you to get thin thighs.
There you have it, three different exercises to help you get thin thighs. Choose the exercise that’s convenient for you so you can stick with it. It’s important to drink the recommended eight to ten glasses of water to keep your muscles healthy, which will help you exercise regularly.
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