Squat and bounce that medicine ball on a tilted mini trampoline for an aerobic effect. Attempt 4 sets of 15 to 20 squats each to tone your buttocks.
On a set of 4 Plyometric tables ascending from the floor upwards, attempt 8 sets of 4 power squat jumps. This helps strengthen your core and improves stamina, which will lead the way to toned thighs.
Hop, skip, jump, repeat – that’s what this exercise is all about!
2 rounds of not more than 8 to 10 jumps each should work wonders for your lower half and calf muscles.
This one leg squat exercise helps strengthen your core and works on isometric contractions for the other leg thus developing those thigh muscles. Suspension training develops strength, balance, flexibility for your core, simultaneously.
This simple yet complex exercise does the balancing act. It improves stability and strengthens thigh muscles for better performance.
Top these exercises with a healthy diet plan and a stable lifestyle to achieve those thighs!