Fat accumulation in some parts of the body is vital for protecting the organs. But when fat accumulation in more than what is required, it starts affecting your health and fitness levels. Both men and women store fat in different parts of the body. For men, it is the mid-section, while for women, it is the hips, thighs and lower belly. When trying to lose weight, you burn fat from all the parts of the body with equal intensity. It is not possible to tone your body from one area first. But including some leg training exercises in routine can help to tone the muscles of the body. Here are some exercises that are best for toning your inner thigh muscles. You can include them in your routine during the leg training day.
Step 1: Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart and your hands on your hips.
Step 2: Move your right foot in a clockwise direction and place it behind your left foot.
Step 3: Squat down to bend your knees at about 90 degrees.
Step 3: Push your front heel into the ground to stand up and return to the starting position.
Step 3: Repeat the same with the other leg.
Leg ins and outs
Step 1: Sit down with your knees bent and feet placed firmly on the ground. Place your hands next to your hips.
Step 2: Your entire body weight should be on your butt and hands.
Step 3: Extend your legs out and in towards your chest. Repeat the same 10 times.
Step 1: Lie on your back with your legs together and hands underneath your buttocks.
Step 2: Lift your left leg off the ground slightly past the hip height.
Step 3: At the same time, lift the right leg, so it hovers a few inches off the floor. Your back should be on the ground.
Step 4: Hold this position for a few seconds, then switch the position of the legs, making a fluttering sound.
Side plank with leg lift
Step 1: Lie on your left side and try to balance your body weight on your left forearm and leg.
Step 2: Lift your hips in the air to form a straight line from shoulders to toes.
Step 3: While keeping your torso stable, lift your right leg without bending your knee.
Step 4: Take your right leg up (1 foot) then bring it back to the starting point. Try not to drop your hips.
Step 1: Stand straight with your legs wider than hip-width apart and toes pointed outward at 45-degree angles.
Step 2: Bend your knees slightly, push your hips back and squat. Make sure your spine and chest are normal.
Step 3: Keep lowering your hips until your thighs are parallel to the ground and shins vertical at the bottom position.
Step 4: Hold this position for a few seconds and drive through the heels to stand up to complete one repetation.