There are dozens if not hundreds of exercises available to workout thigh muscles. Choosing which ones to use is very much a matter of personal choice. So how do you choose the best thigh toning exercises for you?

Much depends on your level of fitness, what specific thigh problems you want to solve, and also your budget in terms of both time and money.

The thigh toning exercises posted below are a tiny sample of exercises to choose from. This is just to get you started in case you have no idea at all about where to start.

They were selected from the ACE (American Council of Exercise) exercise library. All are rated five star by ACE and graded as either beginner or intermediate level.

The exercises posted here are primarily for the front of the thighs. Click on this article  Exercise For the Inner Thighs for information specific to the inner thighs.

All of these exercises can be done at home and require minimal investment of cash.

The first of the thigh toning exercises is called “dumbbell step-ups”. It’s a beginner level exercise that works the butt, hips, and thighs. You need a set of dumbbells and a step-up board.

Next is an intermediate level exercise called “dumbbell front squats”. It works the back, hips, butt, and thighs. Again, you need dumbbells for this one.

The third and last of the thigh toning exercises to be posted here is also an intermediate level exercise called “single leg squat”. You need no equipment for this one except a way to help your balance when first starting out.

And by the way, in the article titled “Exercise For a Flatter Stomach,” one of the exercises, the “bicycle maneuver” is also very good as one of the thigh toning exercises. It’s demonstrated in the first video in that article. Check it out at Exercise For a Flatter Stomach and you’ll see how the thigh muscles are very active in that exercise.

As you do thigh toning exercises keep in mind some very important things.

  • Start slowly. Take your time working up to a full set of exercises. The muscles in your legs are very large and working them hard too quickly will result in lots of morning after pain.
  • Be sure to drink plenty of water during and after your exercise routine.
  • Be sure to include cardio routines in your exercise program. This is because cardio is not only good for your heart, it’s a great way to burn calories.
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  • Do not just do exercises that focus on the thigh muscles. Find a mix of exercises to do so that all muscle groups are used.

And be sure that before starting on any diet or exercise program, you check with your physician first to get their concurrence and advice about your plans and goals

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