You lose overall weight and lose more in certain areas. It is not possible to address only one area and get rid of the fat. If you have fat throughout your body, you lose weight from anywhere, not just a target area. However, there are a few exercises that can help you get rid of the stubborn fat on your thighs.
Spread your shoulders and keep your arms relaxed. Move to a squatting position to the left. Make sure your right toe is pointing up. Keep your right leg straight. Now return to the same position and repeat the process on the other side. Do 4 sets of 1
Spread your shoulders apart, put your toes out slightly and place a kettlebell between your legs. Breathe in through your nose and hang on your hips as you reach for the kettlebell. Your weight should be on your heels and your knees should be partially bent. Push your hips forward so that you are in a high position, actively harnessing your glutes. Your shins should be perpendicular to the ground.
Find a step, chair, or bench that you can put on your feet so that it tilts at a 90-degree angle. Start by stepping on the bench with your right foot. Press the right heel as you step on the bench. Now put your left foot on the bench. Return to the starting position with your right foot. This completes one repetition, 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
This is a variation of your typical squat. Stand with your feet between shoulder and hip width apart. Hold a kettlebell in your hands. Hold on to your core, flatten and bend your knees for a squat. Stop when your elbows touch your knees. Press your heels to return to the starting position. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions.
Elevated Hip Thrusters
Lie on the bench with your knees bent and your knees bent. Lift your hips until your body is a straight line from the shoulders to your knees, then slowly lower it to the starting position.
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