One problem area that ends up often causing no end of headaches is the inner thighs. Even people who do exercise regularly sometimes end up realizing that while their outer thighs, hips, and buttocks are nicely toned, their inner thighs are still soft and flabby. Of course, this needs to be corrected, and if you want your inner thighs to be just as good looking as the rest of your body, well, keep on reading.
Elastic Band Stretch
In order to perform this exercise you’re going to need (yes, you guessed it) an elastic band. And no, this doesn’t mean the thin rubber variety, but rather the thicker cloth types that are used for exercises and sometimes as supports. Also, you’ll need something to affix it too that is firmly planted into the ground, such as the leg of a sturdy table.
Attach the other side of the band to your ankle, and then stand as far from the object as you can and keep going till you feel a stretch in your inner thighs.
Rinse and repeat as necessary!
Inner Thigh Firmer
Start off by lying down flat on the floor, and use a thin pillow on your arm and under your head. This pillow is a marker, and you’ll want to make certain that it is constantly aligned with your shoulders and hips to be sure that you’re doing this exercise correctly.
Anyway, stretch out your leg and start to raise it as high as you can. Keep going till you feel a slight stretch, and once you do – stop, and hold it there fore a 3 count. Then, lower the leg and repeat the process with the other leg.
Keep doing the same routine for as many repetitions as needed.
Both of these exercises should help you to really get those firm and toned inner thighs that match the rest of your body. Because they focus directly on the problem area, they really are ideal and should definitely be among your efforts.