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exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs


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    exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs

    pls tell me what are all the exercises i can do to reduce weight in hips and thighs in particular.

    it makes me to look ugly in jeans.

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    Re: exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs

    Dear Malliga Chandran, I understand your problem. Please follow the following simple 4 moves and I think your problem may be solved. Don't do anything vigorously but step by step only you have to reduce. Slow and steady will always give better result.

    Move 1: Seated Pillow Squeeze


    (works on inner thighs)


    Sit on a sturdy chair (one without wheels). Rest your feet on the floor with your knees bent at 90-degree angles. Place a pillow between your thighs. Exhale as you squeeze the pillow between your thighs, as if you were trying to squeeze the stuffing out of the pillow. Hold for 1 minute as you breathe normally. Release and proceed to Move 2.
    Move 2: Seated Hand Push

    (works outer thighs and hips)


    Sit on a sturdy chair. Rest your feet on the floor with your knees bent at 90-degree angles. Place your palms on the outsides of your knees. While keeping your palms and arms stationary, push your knees outward against your palms, as if you were trying to push your palms away. At the same time, press inward with your hands, preventing your thighs from pushing them outward. Hold this isometric contraction for 1 minute, breathing normally. Release and proceed to Move 3.
    Move 3: Seated Leg Raise

    (works fronts of the thighs)


    Sit on a sturdy chair. Rest your feet on the floor with your knees bent at 90-degree angles. Rest your hands on the chair at your sides. Exhale as you lift and extend your right leg. Hold for 30 seconds as you breathe normally. Then inhale as you lower your right leg and exhale as you repeat with your left leg. Hold for 30 seconds while breathing normally. Release and proceed to Move 4.
    Move 4: Seated Bridge

    (works the backs of the thigh and rear end)


    Sit on the edge of a sturdy chair. Rest your feet on the floor with your knees bent at 90-degree angles. Rest your palms on the chair at your sides. Exhale as you lift your hips, allowing your palms and feet to support your body weight. Continue to lift your hips until your body resembles the shape of a bridge. Hold for 20 to 60 seconds while breathing normally. Release and return to Move 1. Repeat Moves 1-4 once more, and you're done.

    All the best. thanks



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    Re: exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs

    Good excercies.. 2 sets are enough? wonderful


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    Re: exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs

    thanks a lot


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    Re: exercises to lose weight in hips and thighs

    Yeah squat exercises are very beneficial to reduce fat from thighs and hips.


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