The rolls of fat on a woman's thigh, also called saddlebags, are mistakenly thought to be a part of the natural buildup of fat. They grow on your upper thighs making your pelvic area broader. Regular work outs targeting these areas can make them disappear. Don't get discouraged if they don't go away immediately or even within two weeks. Exercise must be done continuously if you wish to say farewell to saddlebags for eternity.
How To Burn The Fat On Your Upper Thighs?
1. Step Ups
Get yourself a steady stool or a sturdy block. They should be tall enough to place your calf and thigh at a ninety-degree angle when you put your foot on them. Start by standing straight and then lift one foot and place it on the block. Next, bring up the other foot and stand straight on the stool. Then step down using the foot that you began with. Next step down completely and resume your starting pose. Do thirty reps. You can vary this workout after you've done it for a fortnight. Always wear shoes so that you don't end up hurting your toes.
2. Hip Dip On Side Plank
Though this is not easy for those who are just starting out, they really help with this particular part of your thighs. While lying on your side, slowly lift only your upper body using the support of your elbow till you reach a thirty-degree angle. Next gradually bring up your hips using both your elbow and your feet. Hold your body at thirty degrees for five seconds before lowering your hips. Repeat on both sides. Do it regularly for about four or five weeks.
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