Using a basic concept borrowed from ballet, this exercise aims to strengthen the thighs by challenging the participant's sense of balance in the lower body.
Place your hands on your hips and lean forward slightly onto your right foot.Do a ballet attitude with your other leg (bend your left knee and raise your foot off the floor). Additionally, lift the left heel.
Hands on hips, feet together, ready to rock and roll.Take a big stride to the left and squat down for a few seconds, bending your left knee and pushing your hips back.
Get back on your feet. Raise your left leg off the ground and cross it over the right one, squeezing your inner thighs together. Don't let go for a few seconds.Flip the switch. Make sure to do 10 to 15 on each side.
The abductors, adductors, hamstrings, and quadriceps all get a good workout with this basic but effective exercise.
Start with your feet together, then spread them out until they're about the width of your shoulders, toes pointing outward.
Get on the mat and have a back sleep! The arms should be at the side, palms facing down.Raise your left foot so that the toes face upward.Calm down and shift the weight to the left foot.
Now, without allowing the left hip rise off the surface, slowly spin the leg in a clockwise circle 5 times. Five times around the outside of the opposing circle.To treat the other leg, just reverse the procedure.
Place your left shoulder on the mat and sit in a left-side-lying position.Hold the head with your right hand behind the neck.
Raise your left leg off the floor until your foot is flexed, hold for a few seconds, and then gently lower it back down to the mat. Help the opposite side through the process.