Irresistibly Sexy Legs with This 12 Minutes a Day Workout
Inner thighs is the spot that most women are unhappy with. Even with this crazy inner thigh gap trend, you must not forget that everyone’s body is different. You may be born with genetics which allows you to have inner thigh gap and others may not be that lucky.
You do not need to starve yourself to get skinny and have inner thigh gap. You can avoid starvation with a clean healthy diet and exercise to tone your thighs.
The thigh gap, a clear space under your crotch between your upper and middle thighs, is considered by many as the epitomical symbol of a tone, slim female body. This part of the body is however, one of the most difficult to get rid of fat.
Not every women can have inner thigh gap because of their physic. If you are among those women who can never achieve inner thigh gap, then having toned legs is your best option.
The absence or presence of an inner thigh gap is mostly due to a layer of fat in your inner thighs. The less fat you have, the more likely you will have a gap. Having said that your body structure will play a large role in how large you can have thigh gap.
You must eat healthy clean food and start the exercises which will help you to have toned inner thigh and possibly the inner thigh gap.
You can achieve exception results with the following workout routine which takes only 12 minutes to complete.
With only 12 minutes daily, you’ll be able to lose a centimeter in your thighs and hips every week.
12 Minutes Inner Thigh Gap Workout
- Plie Squats 30 seconds
- Side Lunge 30 seconds
- Squat and Kick 60 Seconds
- Skater Hops 30 Seconds
- Inner Leg Lift 30 seconds each leg
- Leg Circles 30 seconds each leg clockwise movement
- Leg Circles 30 seconds with each leg anti-clockwise movement
- Outer Leg Lift 30 seconds with each leg
- Fire Hydrants 30 seconds with each leg
- Fire Hydrant Kick 30 seconds with each leg
Watch the video below for comprehensive instructions:
It it time to have toned thighs so that you can also have inner thigh gap. Persistence is the key here.