The Ultimate Fat-Burning Trio: Sculpt Your Thighs and Melt Away Belly Fat with These 3 Expert-Recommended Exercises
Belly fat and thigh fat can seem extremely stubborn and hard to get rid of. However, with the right combination of diet and exercise, you will not only lose thigh and belly fat, but it will also help you get a better toned body. Losing weight is a strange game. When you lose extra weight, you may find yourself dealing with the dilemma of loose skin on different parts of the body. That's why you can't ignore the importance of including toning exercises. Yes, you can get rid of extra pounds from your thighs, stomach and your overall body not only with exercise, but also add a diet plan.
1. Malsana Walk
“Malasana walks target the hips and thighs. It also strengthens the ankles and knees. But avoid it if you have knee pain,” shares the expert.
How to do Malasan Walk?
1. Start by keeping your spine straight.
2. Push yourself down by moving your butt toward the floor, and relax your shoulders, keeping your ears away.
3. Start walking back and forth in this asana.
4. You can do 5 rounds of this (45 seconds each round).
Planks strengthen your core region and tone the surrounding muscles. It also gives your body a healthy posture, balance and coordination, increases flexibility and metabolism and improves mental well-being. Plank pose engages large muscle groups throughout your body. The forearm plank is an advanced version of the regular shoulder plank.
How to do Forearm Plank Pose?
1. Lie on the stomach side on the mat.
2. Place your feet less than hip-width apart and flex them so that your toes touch the mat.
3. Instead of your palms, press your entire hands into the floor and lift your body off the mat.
4. Balance your entire weight between your toes and your hands. Make it a point to place your elbows right under your shoulders. You can join your palms together or keep them parallel to each other.
5. For high plank, make sure your body forms a straight line. Activate your abdominal muscles and keep your butt from sagging. Also, don't forget to keep your head neutral or you could risk injuring your neck.
6. Hold for at least one minute to start.
3. Goddess pose
Devi Pose helps target the inner thighs and quads. This pose strengthens your lower body and opens your hips. Avoid this in case of knee pain.
How to do Goddess Mudra?
1. Stand with your feet wide apart and turn your heels in 45 degrees and toes out.
2. Lower your body until your thighs are almost parallel to the floor.
3. Draw your tailbone down and push your hips forward.
4. Raise your arms at your sides to shoulder height and bend your arms 90 degrees with your palms facing forward.
5. Inhale deeply and exhale fully.
6. Do 3 rounds of it (60 seconds each round).