Having beautiful, firm and well-formed legs does not have to be an impossible dream to achieve.
Exercising them will not only help improve your appearance, but will strengthen muscles to improve physical performance and prevent future deterioration of bones and joints.
Currently there are many alternatives to end the excuse of not having time to train; For example, you can create simple home exercise routines that, without having to do them for long hours, give excellent results.
And it is that although there are hundreds of topical products with toning effect, until now nothing has proven to be as effective as the daily practice of muscular work.
Training the legs in a specific way is not only a question of proportionality with the rest of the body, which it is (we are not going to get to the top with the arms or the core and we are going to go from the legs), but it is also super important for several reasons. On the one hand, while you work legs you also strengthen the heart and you will be doing a good cardio exercise that will help you burn fat. But, in addition, you will be strengthening the support of your body which usually translates into less lower back pain.
To work properly, specialists recommend performing an aerobic activity (running, cycling, swimming, skating, etc.) a minimum of 3 times a week for 30-45 minutes to eliminate fat and control weight. But, in addition, performing a focused training on the leg muscles will help you to have them super toned and beautiful.
Leg workout for everyone.
But if you do not know where to start, try these proposals from the specialists that you can start doing even if you are not used to doing a lot of sport.
Stand on tiptoe and go down without hitting the heel to the ground. Do 3 sets of 15 reps
Raise one leg with the other fully stretched to create a 90º angle and lower it without touching the ground. Do 3 sets of 15 repetitions with each leg.
Wall sit squats
Rest your back completely straight on a wall with your legs open at shoulder level and half a meter from the wall, bend your legs at 90º and go back up. Perform 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
Climb up and down a step continuously.
Once you’ve gotten used to and running these sets with no problems, you can progressively increase them or add ankle weights. There are no excuses, friend, you can even make them at home.