How to Get a Small Waist & Thick Thighs

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How to Get a Small Waist & Thick Thighs
Boost thigh muscle strength by stretching and running. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Boosting your health means incorporating nutritious foods and steady exercise routines. It is certainly possible to shape your body in a number of ways if you remain diligent in your choice of cuisine and workout routines. Trimming the size of your waist and thickening thigh muscles, for example, is accomplished by weight training and cardiovascular exercises. Incorporate the guidance of a certified professional trainer to expedite the results of your training.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Weights
  • Gym membership
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Whole grain foods
  • Sneakers
  • Exercise clothes
  • Notebook

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Build your cardiovascular fitness. Arrange a schedule to jog three to four days per week. Limit yourself to short distances until your stamina increases. Intensify runs with longer distances as you gain strength. Run on flat terrain at the start of your workouts. Include terrain with inclines and declines to give your thigh muscles a greater challenge.

  2. 2

    Acquire a gym membership. Go to the gym four to five times per week for 45 minutes to one hour at a time. Work different areas of your body--including abdominals, upper back muscles, arms and legs. Performing chin ups and sit ups, for example, stretch and contract stomach muscles. Incorporating such exercises regularly will help boost metabolism and strength and reduce your waist size. Performing squats and leg presses, for instance, stimulate the entire area of the thigh muscle. Avoid performing the same exercises everyday--repeating the exercises every other day. Use heavy weights with a low amount of repetitions and light weights with high amounts of repetitions to accelerate fat burning and muscle building.

  3. 3

    Eat healthy. Consume foods that are low in fat and high in protein. Eat smaller, low calorie meals throughout the day to give your body proper amounts of energy. Avoid excess sugar--as sugar can break down in the body as fat quicker than actual fat from beef or other meats. Do not eat large meals late in the evening or at night to avoid consuming heavy foods when your metabolism is naturally slow.

  4. 4

    Track your efforts. Write down your workout and nutritional goals for everyday of the week. Mark distances you run, for example, and repetitions you achieve at the gym to provide a physical tracking guide to gauge your progress.

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