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How To Get Lean, Beautiful and Firm Thighs

lorna darden, Avon Sales Representative


I
've always been active since I was little. My mom was an active woman. As I got older and pregnant my body didn't quite look the same anymore.

It wasn't to bad it just didn't look the way I wanted it to look. I started working out and I got back in shape.
I lost weight and I was firming up all over my body except for my thighs. With a lot of hard work I finally found a solution to getting those tight and smooth eye catching thighs.
I'm a full figure woman, but just because I am does not mean I cannot look good and be in good shape. My main problem when it came to getting in shape was trying to shape up my thighs. I lost weight and I was firming up all over my body except for my thighs. With a lot of hard work I finally found a solution to getting those tight and smooth eye catching thighs.

Squats are one of the best ways to getting those firm legs. It also helps tighten the muscles in your buttocks, start off with about 25 squats a day. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart looking straight ahead, arms on your hips. Push yourself down with your butt almost touching the floor while holding in your stomach. This is a good way to work those abs. If you can't go that far go down as far as you comfortably can. Raise up slowly and release your abs, then exhale slowly. You can rest after 12 reps and finish the rest if you can not do the whole 25 at one time. I've worked my self up to doing 50 of them, try to do this three-fives times a week.

Lounges are my favorite they work your legs, butt and hips. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart looking straight ahead. Step with the right leg in front of you and the left in the back. Slowly bend the right leg forward, inhale going down and exhale coming up. Raise up and put the right leg back in it's position with the legs shoulder length apart. Put the left leg in front of you and bend down with the left leg. Raise back up with the left leg in the position it was in before, shoulder length apart.

Repeat this position until you've done 25 of them, if you can't do 25 then do how many you can and work your way up. When doing this position make sure your balance is right, you can hurt your knee or ankle if you do it wrong. Add 5lb weights to advance it. Do arm curls as you go down, do as many as your body let you do. Don't over do it, try to do this about three- five times a week. Try to run about 10-20 minutes a day if you're a outdoor person. Work your way up until you can jog for about 30 minutes to an hour a day, for three or five times a week. Make sure you have good running shoes it is very important when it comes to being comfortable and supporting your legs.

Elliptical or Treadmill ride for about 20-30 minutes a day for at least three-five days a week. Start off slow, you do not want to do too much at one time. Just gradually work yourself up to an hour if you want doing 30 minutes is fine.

Jogging

This is what worked for me and is still working for me. You can figure out what days you want to do which exercises or combine them in a week's time, whatever works for you. I'm looking good and you can too. Also watch out for what you eat, try eating foods with more water for

fullness. Eat more fiber and less fat and cholesterol. Make sure you do not lack in nutrition it is very important in maintaining good health and energy.



Lorna Darden


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Country, 2016-05-24 22:19:22
-- How far should squat Down . And how lo g will it take.



totty, 2012-01-04 05:22:27
-- thanks...but how long will it take?



  






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