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Top Exercises for Hot and Toned Legs

Many people don’t actually realize that training legs with your body weight might be really beneficial. When you focus on both of your legs simultaneously, doing basic squats, for

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Many people don’t actually realize that training legs with your body weight might be really beneficial. When you focus on both of your legs simultaneously, doing basic squats, for example, it’s ok. But when you focus on each of your legs separately, then WOW, you can achieve really great results even at home. Here, we are talking about the bodyweight movements that focus on each of your legs one by one. Each move requires 5 sets and lasts for 30 seconds each. The rest time is 20 secs after each set.

Bulgarian Split Squats

Oh yes! This exercise is about to make your lower body work harder than ever! It aids in stretching your rear leg while making your front leg stronger. To make it even more challenging, finish the move with a jump.

Pistol Squats

This harsh movement is something unreal. It boosts your stability and mobility while making your muscles way stronger than ever. And I’m not kidding. Remember the school times when your PE teacher forces you to perform pistol squats? Or you were luckier and didn’t have it? Anyway, it’s a bomb that gives you significant tension in the quads.

Curtsy Lunge

Yeah, this exercise looks funny, yet it’s going to burn your glutes. It targets your inner thighs (and this part of the body is triggered not that often, isn’t it?) while engaging your calves and back muscles. And, of course, it involves the main muscles, such as the quads and glutes.

Lateral Lunge

Even though this movement seems to be easy to perform, it perfectly activates the quads and glutes by fully loading all the weight on one of your legs. Lateral lunges improve stability and strength while working your inner and outer thighs. Also, it’s believed to reduce the signs of cellulite, which is definitely noteworthy!






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