Most Effective Exercises for Beautiful Women Legs

The Best Exercises for Great Legs




The 9 Most Effective Exercises for Beautiful Legs and a Toned Butt

Signing up for expensive membership at a gym is not the only way to keep yourself fit. In fact, you can get in great shape without ever leaving your home. All you need is 20 minutes a day and strong desire to get better.

Bright Side has found a set of exercises that will help you tighten your butt, thighs and legs.

Exercise #1: Squats

Stand with your feet shoulder width apart or slightly wider.

Take a deep breath in and start pushing your buttocks back as if you’re trying to sit on an invisible chair. Squat down until your thighs are parallel to the floor or slightly lower.
Breathe out and return to the starting position. Do 4-5 sets of 10-12 repetitions each.
Note: Squat down as low as you can (the lower you squat, the more you engage your glutes). While performing the exercise, keep your back straight and make sure your knees do not extend over your toes…. Read more

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5 Exercises for Perfect Legs

Legs! Who doesn’t want a pair of perfectly formed and shapely legs? You can show them off almost any time of day or place (hemline will vary!) – unlike the chest area or the abs (if you have them!). Luscious legs are an easy way to look fabulous, without seemingly trying. The perfect pair of legs requires a low body fat percentage (you need cardio and diet for that) and muscle for shapeliness. The bad news is, to get a pair of perfect pins you do have to put in the work. The good news is; it’s totally worth it.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:
To get amazing legs you need to target all four areas of your thighs (areas 1 – 4, see diagram below) with exercise, as well as increase the shapeliness of your calves (5). Perform the following exercises in a slow and controlled manner. At the most challenging part of the exercise, hold your position briefly and gently return back to your starting position. As you get stronger, do the exercise slower to increase the intensity of the workout. Remember, it is better to go slow and do fewer repetitions than to go fast and do more. To make some of the exercises more challenging you can use dumbbells/ kettlebells, or if you don’t have any to hand, grab a couple of cans of beans to use as light dumbbells or fill a couple of old plastic milk/ juice containers with water to use as kettlebells.

Keep your core muscles engaged at all times by pulling your belly button in to your spine. This will ease the pressure on your lower back and make it more difficult on your legs.

STARTING POSITION:
Stand tall, lift your chest up and look straight ahead
Stand with your feet slightly spread apart.
If you want to make the exercise more challenging hold a light dumbbell (around 2lbs) in each hand with your arms at your sides.
MOVEMENT:
In a controlled movement, slowly step forward with your right foot. Don’t lunge forward too far. The further forward you step, the more the exercise targets the glutes and back of thighs, while shorter lunges target the front of thigh more.
Bend your right knee. Your thigh and lower leg should form a right angle.
Lower your left leg until your left knee almost touches the floor.
Your right knee shouldn’t pass your right foot/ toes.
Pause briefly in this position, then rise back up and push backwards off your right leg to return to the starting position.
Switch legs.
KEY POINTS:
Inhale while stepping forward.
Exhale while coming up………….READ MORE



How to Lose Leg Fat

As summer approaches and we begin to ponder what we’ll look like in shorts, many will scramble for ways to tone up their legs.

While there’s no such thing as a rapid spot treatment that can specifically target your legs, what you can do is develop a routine that gets rid of overall excess body fat. Choose exercises that help to tone your leg muscles, and you’ll look and feel healthier by your first beach day.

How does leg fat develop?
First things first: It’s normal, and healthy, to have body fat. According to the American Council on Exercise (ACE), men of normal weight have an average of 18 to 24 percent body fat, while women have 25 to 31 percent. Body fat is often distributed evenly, but you may have a few “problem areas.” This is usually due to your genes.

Leg fat may be comprised of different types of fat cells:

Subcutaneous fat: most common in the thighs and located right beneath the skin
Intramuscular fat: fat dispersed within the muscle itself, much like the marbling seen in meat
The majority of leg fat is subcutaneous, which poses fewer long-term health concerns.

Read on for three ways to reduce your leg fat and tone your legs.

1. Do aerobic exercise

The first step to burning overall body fat is aerobic exercise. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 30 minutes of exercise at least five days a week. Whether you walk, swim, or cycle, it’s important to choose a type of exercise you can complete at a moderate intensity to get your heart rate up and to maximize calorie burn.

As summer approaches and we begin to ponder what we’ll look like in shorts, many will scramble for ways to tone up their legs.

While there’s no such thing as a rapid spot treatment that can specifically target your legs, what you can do is develop a routine that gets rid of overall excess body fat. Choose exercises that help to tone your leg muscles, and you’ll look and feel healthier by your first beach day.

How does leg fat develop?
First things first: It’s normal, and healthy, to have body fat. According to the American Council on Exercise (ACE), men of normal weight have an average of 18 to 24 percent body fat, while women have 25 to 31 percent. Body fat is often distributed evenly, but you may have a few “problem areas.” This is usually due to your genes.

Leg fat may be comprised of different types of fat cells:

Subcutaneous fat: most common in the thighs and located right beneath the skin
Intramuscular fat: fat dispersed within the muscle itself, much like the marbling seen in meat
The majority of leg fat is subcutaneous, which poses fewer long-term health concerns.

Read on for three ways to reduce your leg fat and tone your legs.

1. Do aerobic exercise
The first step to burning overall body fat is aerobic exercise. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 30 minutes of exercise at least five days a week. Whether you walk, swim, or cycle, it’s important to choose a type of exercise you can complete at a moderate intensity to get your heart rate up and to maximize calorie burn.

One of the best aerobic exercises for the legs is cycling. The low intensity is especially helpful for beginners, and it doesn’t strain the knees. Cycling also increases muscle endurance in the:

calves
hamstrings
glutes (gluteal muscles)
quadriceps
If you’re not up for a cycling class, you might…………….READ MORE

15 Exercises To Tone Your Thighs – Get Rid Of Cellulite

September 6, 2018 by Charushila Biswas
ISSA Certified Specialist in Fitness & Nutrition

The right balance of fat and muscle in your thighs can make you look really attractive in any outfit – be it an A-line skirt or a pair of boyfriend jeans. But you don’t have to have skinny thighs for that. Your thighs can look toned and sexy if you do the right exercises. Doing exercises to tone your thighs that will also target your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, tensors, adductors, and other thigh muscles will build lower body strength, improve posture, burn calories, and build lean muscle. Also, you don’t have to train for hours to get shapely thighs. Do these 15 thigh toning exercises for 20-30 minutes a day and tone your thighs in 2 weeks.

But, before you start toning your thighs – Warm up! Here’s why you should never ignore it.
Warm Up
It is extremely important that you warm up before you start doing thigh toning exercises. This will prepare your body and mind for the exercises. A warm up will increase blood flow to your muscles, improve the flexibility of your muscles and bones, activate the central nervous system, and reduce the risk of sore muscles and injury.

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How to Build Leg Muscles for Women


Some women fear that building leg muscle will make them appear bulky. On the contrary, building lean muscle in the lower body can make you look leaner, longer and sexier.
As an added bonus, building muscle helps rev your metabolism so you burn fat faster. Whether you lift weights in the gym or do bodyweight exercises at home, there are a variety of ways you can build muscle for strong and sculpted legs.

Muscle-Building Basics
In order to build muscle, you have to damage the muscle fibers. This sounds worse than it is. The damage done during resistance exercise is minimal, but it’s enough to cause tiny tears that the body has to repair. As the body goes through the repair process, the muscles become stronger and larger.

You don’t need to lift a lot of weight to build muscle. In fact, doing calisthenics or bodyweight exercises is a great way to gain lean muscle mass and functional strength.

However, if you want to build mass, adding weight will help increase muscle damage for bigger gains. Some resistance exercises, such as deadlifts, are very effective total-body exercises and great time-savers.

It’s OK to focus on the muscles of the lower body — the hamstrings, glutes, quadriceps, adductors, abductors and calves — but you also need to do upper-body and core exercises to avoid structural imbalances and to promote overall strength.
Compound Vs. Isolation Exercises
For purposes of building overall lower-body lean muscle, it makes sense to stick to compound exercises. These types of exercises involve more than one muscle group.

For example, squats work every muscle in the leg. Isolation exercises, on the other hand, primarily work one muscle at a time. A hamstring curl works just the hamstrings.

You’ll save a lot of time and get a great workout by sticking to a few compound exercises. Because compound exercises activate several muscle groups at one time, they use more energy. This means you burn more calories while you’re working out than if you were doing isolation exercises.

Your Strategy
Building leg muscle doesn’t have to be complicated. Choose a few different exercises, and perform them at a challenging intensity a couple times a week on a regular basis. Be sure to include proper recovery time — 24 to 72 hours between workouts, depending on……READ MORE

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