Today I want to show you how to lose weight in hip and thighs. If you do these exercises right, you’ll lose weight everywhere else as well. So, if your hips and thighs are just too darn big, keep reading this short article to get this problem under control.
Do Jumping Jacks
Either do these on a mini-trampoline or the solid ground. Whichever way you choose, this exercise will do a nice job firming and toning your hips and thighs. Don’t scoff at this exercise because it seems simple.
This exercise is way more effective than any number of exercises you would do on equipment at the gym. This exercise has stuck around for one reason. It works.
I suggest doing 5 sets of jumping jacks. You can do them in 3-minute intervals. If it makes it easier for you to remember, just do them during commercial breaks on tv. Shoot for 5 commercial breaks throughout the day.
Walk backwards on a treadmill
Walking backwards on a treadmill targets muscles in your hips and legs you may not have known existed before. If you haven’t done this before, you’ll see what I mean by how sore you’ll feel next day. And that’s a good thing.
Try to walk backwards for about 15-20 minutes, 3 times a week. If you like, you can alternate between walking frontward and backward. Just double the time of your workout.
So, if you want to lose weight in hips and thighs, those two exercises will do it for you.