The BEST 10 Minute Body Weight Leg Exercises
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? Not for whom it is no secret that the most problematic parts of the female body – the hips and thighs on which is the most difficult to remove a single centimeter. The way to remove fat from the inner and out thighs you need to perform these exercises once a day.
Watch and Perform the video below (with the exercise steps for those unfamiliar with the moves) and get those slender, tight, jiggle free legs you’ve been dreaming of.
Stand straight and part your feet to the width of your shoulders and put your hands overhead. Bend your knees and lower yourself. The knees need to be at 90 degrees angle, while the thighs need to be parallel to the floor. Keep your back straight, without letting your knees extend over your toes. Get back to the starting position
To begin, stand tall take a big step backward with your left foot. Lower your hips so that your right thigh (front leg) becomes parallel to the floor with your right knee positioned directly over your ankle. Your left knee should be bent at a 90-degree angle and pointing toward the floor with your left heel lifted. Returning to standing by pressing your right heel into the floor and bring your left leg forward to complete one rep. Alternate legs, and step back with right leg.
Alternating Side Lunges
This is so perfect for inner thighs. 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.
Body Weight DeadLifts
Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart and your feet pointing forward. Put your right hand behind your lower back to make sure your lower back does not hyperextend. Bend your torso forward at your waist and bend your knees slightly. Reach down with your left hand toward the ground without rounding your spine, tucking your chin against your head. Shift your weight slightly toward your heels as you bend forward.
Lateral Leg lifts
Standing lateral leg lifts also strengthen hip abduction. If you have good balance, you can stand with your hands on your hips. If you are unsteady, you can start by standing near the kitchen counter where you can use your fingertips for balance. Stand erect with head and shoulders over your hips. As you perform this exercise, make sure you don’t lean forward or to the opposite side. Flex your toes and raise your leg out to the side 12 to 24 inches. Hold three to five seconds and return to the starting position. Repeat on the other side.
Kneeling Leg Lifts
Get on all fours on the floor and make sure your arms are nice and stable and directly in alignment with your shoulders. Keep your hands on the floor and lift your right leg behind you in an L shape, as if you’ve got a weight cinched under your knee and you’re trying to lift it off the floor. Lower it back down and repeat again.
Fire Hydrant Kicks
Get down on the mat on all fours. Hands should be directly below the shoulders and knees below the hips. Lift your right leg out to the side. Lift the leg as high as you can without rotating your hips, or leaning to the left side
Single Glute Bridge
Lie down on your back with your arms comfortably at your sides and your feet tucked under your knees. Raise one leg up in the air and push through your heels and thrust your hips upward towards the ceiling. The upper part of your back and shoulder blades should be pressed into the mat or floor. Lower yourself back down and repeat the motion.
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
7 benefits of regular physical activity on workout plans:
Keeps your body fit and healthy
Increases sex drive and gratification
Boost your immune system and mental health
Decreases stress, risk by heart attack and cancer
Gives you trust and has anti-ageing effects
Keeps your mind sharp, Prolongs your life and arrives at you feeling happier
Aids you to lose weight, lowers hypertension and danger of diabetes
How much exercise is enough to lose weight?
The best time for training is around 45 to 60 minutes, but this changes from person to person and depending on how much weight you would like to lose.
Whenever you would like to lose weight, shoot for at least 200 minutes (more 3 hours) a week by moderate intensity workout with everything additional consistent. If you burn calories and exercise, you’ll be able to get away with a minimum dose of 150 minutes a week.
Whenever you are a beginner, start with 50 minutes of exercise a week and build to 200 minutes.