Everybody wants perfectly formed and shapely legs. We all want perfect legs to show off any time and at any place. Unlike the ab and chest, luscious legs are easy way to look classy and fabulous without even trying. The perfect pair of legs requires a low boy fat percentage and you would need a lot of cardio and a good diet for that.
If you want perfect legs, when exercising there are 4 regions that you have to target with serious but easy exercise.
Stand tall, lift your chest up and look straight ahead.
Stand with your feet slightly spread apart.
You could use a light dumbbell to make the workout more challenging.
In a controlled movement, slowly step forward with your right foot. Make sure that you don’t plunge forward too far. The further forward you step, the more the exercise will target the glutes and the back of your thighs, while shorter lunges target the front of the thigh more.
Bend your right knee. Your high and lower leg should form a right angle.
Pause briefly and maintain this position, then rise back up and push backwards off your right leg to return to starting position.
Remember to inhale while stepping forward.
Breathe out while coming up and pushing off the back foot.
Make sure your head is up and your back is straight.
The leading foot should be pointing forwards (not sideways).
Do not do this exercise if you feel any discomfort in your knees.
Perform 20 repetitions (10 for each leg) and 1-3 sets.
For this exercise, you should stand straight with your feet spread wide and toes pointing straight ahead or slightly outward.
Arch your lower back slightly bend in your knees, keeping it that way throughout the exercise. Keep your arms crossed in front of your chest and you could use a dumbbell to make it more challenging, and either hold it between your legs or thighs.
Keep your head up, chest lifted and abdominal muscles tight.
Lower your body by bending from your hips and knees.
Squat until your thighs are almost parallel to the floor.
Slowly return to the starting position, and straighten your legs, but don’t lock your knees. Do this as many times as you can in a single session, and do 1-3 sets.
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