8 Exercises To Reduce Inner Thigh Fat

How To Do:Stand with your feet placed wider than shoulder width apart and arms relaxed at the sides.
Now, squat down as deep as possible to the left while turning the right toes up and flexing the right foot.
Extend the arms straight out.
Get back to the initial position and perform the squat on the opposite side to complete 1 rep.
Aim for 12 repetitions in one stretch.

4. Side Shuffle Switch:Image result for Side Shuffle EXERCISEThis fast-paced move gets your heart rate up (to help blast body fat) and recruits your inner-thigh muscles to help you quickly switch directions.

 

How To Do:Stand with your feet together, arms by your sides.
‘Shuffle’ to your right by taking three quick steps to the side (right, left, right), and then lift your left knee up,
swinging your right arm forward.
Immediately reverse your shuffle (left, right, left) and land with your right knee up, left knee bent, swinging your right arm forward.
Repeat 20 times in a row as fast as you can, alternating sides.

5. Low Lunge with Isometric Adduction:Image result for Low Lunge GIFThis isometric contraction activates your inner-thigh muscles while also engaging the rest of your body—a much more effective way to train than those hip abduction and adduction machines at the gym.

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