5 DAY JIGGLE FREE LEGS WORKOUT!
There’s no doubt that having lean legs makes just about any outfit look great. With summer here who doesn’t want perfect legs when wearing a summer dress or shorts?
Even in the winter seasons leans legs can be shown off in winter dresses and skinny jeans.
Perform the 5 day workout plan below (with the exercise steps for those unfamiliar with the moves) and get those slender, tight, jiggle free legs you’ve been dreaming of.
PERFORM EACH DAILY WORKOUT FOUR TIME FOR BEST RESULTS!
Stand with your feet set about twice shoulder width apart, your feet facing straight ahead.
Clasp your hands in front your chest.
Shift your weight over to your right leg as you push your hips backward and lower your body by dropping your hips and bending your knees.
Your lower right leg should remain nearly perpendicular to the floor.
Your left foot should remain flat on the floor.
Without raising yourself back up to a standing position, reverse the movement to the left. Alternate back and forth.
Start with your back against a wall (or use an exercise ball if you have one) with your feet shoulder width and about two feet from the wall.
Slowly slide your back down the wall until your thighs are parallel to the ground.
Adjust your feet if you need to so that your knees are directly above your ankles (rather than over your toes).
Keep your back flat against the wall.
Hold the position for 20 to 60 seconds, rest 30 seconds, and repeat the exercise three times.
Increase your hold time by five seconds as you increase your strength.
You may feel a burning sensation in the quads, but if you have pain in the knee or kneecap, stop the exercise.
Stand up straight, with your legs hip-width apart. Place your hands on your hips. Flex your abdominal muscles inward and upward.
Step forward with your right foot approximately 2 or 3 feet (0.6 to 0.9m). The taller you are, the further you will need to step forward. Keep your back straight as your body moves forward.
Lift your left foot up slightly, so that the toe is in contact with the floor, but your heel is not.
Bend both of your knees at the same time. The aim is to make both of your knees stop at a 90 degree angle. Make sure your right knee does not go over your toe line.
Pause in this position for 1 to 5 seconds. Stopping your forward momentum will help you to put more effort into rising from the lunge.
Push off of your right heel to rise. Return your right leg to its starting position. Repeat with the left leg.
Stand with your feet approximately 24 to 36 inches apart.
Position your feet wider than your hips with your toes and knees facing forward. Keep your head up and your spine lengthened so there is no curve in your back.
Place your arms at your sides or bring your hands in front of your chest to assist with balance.
Inhale, bend your knees and lower your hips behind you to a comfortable depth or until your thighs are parallel with the floor.
Prevent your knees from moving forward beyond your toes. Exhale, press your heels onto the floor and straighten your legs to the starting position.
Lie on your back on an exercise mat on the floor with your legs touching and fully extended and your arms extended outward with palms down.
With your knees slightly bent, raise your legs straight up in the air until your feet are parallel with the floor.
Reach your arms toward your feet, forming a 45 degree angle. Your head should still be on the floor. This is your starting position.
Roll forward as you exhale, lifting your torso off the floor as you try to touch your toes with your fingers.
Inhale as you slowly reverse the motion back to the starting position.
Repeat for a complete set.