There are many different thigh exercises that are said to reduce fat, but reducing fat from the inner thigh muscle is a tough task.
The body naturally stores fat in the inner thighs in both woman and men. Although you can tone your inner thighs with the exercises mentioned below, it’s crucial to get on a full body exercise program and remain consistent throughout. No matter what inner thigh exercises you do, you will not lose fat unless you cut calories and reduce the amount of fatty foods and drinks.
Building inner thigh muscles will increase your resting metabolic rate which means you will burn more calories at rest which contributes to overall fat loss. When it comes to specific thigh training do the following three exercises:
Squats Targeting Inner Thighs
The squat is an overall great full body lift that targets almost every muscle in the body, and really focuses on the glutes, quads and inner thighs. The secret to better targeting the inner thigh is to widen your stance.
Stand with your legs about 6 inches to a foot wider than your shoulders. Then proceed to do squats A wide stance will really target the inner thigh help tone that section of your leg tremendously.
Inner Thigh Lunges
Lunges are an amazing exercise that can really target the inner thighs if done correctly. When doing lunges it’s important to take BIG strides and really stretch while going deep on each repetition.
Place right leg in front of the left while looking forward. Legs should be in stride position as if you were running. Squat down in the position then jump up high enough to switch legs (when you land left leg should be in front of the right). That’s one rep. Do a series of 10 reps, 3 times.
Leg Presses Targeting the Inner Thigh
You should really focus on light weight and form when doing the leg press. You should have a very slow movement and make sure to stretch deep at the bottom and extent completely at the top. Again make sure your feet are in a wider than normal stance to really target the inner thighs.
Using the leg press machine, put on a moderate weight (your medium weight) and press out slowly (counting to 10 — at 10 your legs will be stretched out. Pull back while counting to 10. Be sure to squeeze your buttocks on the push out.
For an all-around leg workout that will firm your inner and outer thighs and your butt, try this multi-direction routine for the treadmill. Begin slow speed to 2 mph or lower before changing directions; increase as you become comfortable.
0:00 Warm-up: Walk at a moderate pace (about 3.0-3.5 mph).
5:00 Shuffle: Turn to left and walk sideways, like you’re shuffling, hands on hips (about 2.0-2.5 mph).
7:00 Walk briskly (normal form, about 3.5-4.0 mph)
9:00 Shuffle, facing