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Flabby Lags

Squats:

The Squat is one of the best leg exercises for both man and woman. According to Tony Valesco, founder and owner of Afterburn Fitness gym, full-depth back squats add to muscle mass in your hamstrings, quadriceps, calves and glutes. They don’t only make your joints and tendons stronger, but also boost your metabolism and help your body release endorphins. Tony Valesco believed Squat to be a vital leg exercise for developing core strength, as well as increasing the size and strength of your legs.

Deadlifts:

Deadlift is one of the best all-around leg exercises that is designed for those people who don’t consider squat the best leg exercise. It is the one and only one most effective exercise that you should add to your workout routine, if you want to strengthen your posterior chain muscles – the adductors, glutes, hamstrings and lower back. Strong posterior chain muscles can generate more than expected lower-body explosive power and can help you jump higher and run faster.

Split Squats:

Most of the people neglect the single-leg exercises such as step-ups, pistol squats, and lunges. But exercise like these reduce the risk of knee and ankle injuries by strengthening your tendons and ligaments. They play a vital role in boosting the growth of your leg muscles, and improving your balance and coordination. Split squat is performed by placing one foot on the floor and one foot on a bench behind you, and then squatting as low as you can a pair of dumbbells. If you’re a first timer, it is recommended to use light weights.

Glute Kickback on Swiss Ball:

Our glutes majorly comprise of three muscles: the Gluteus Maximus, Minimus and Medius. Gluteus Maximus is the main muscle and known as your butt. Gluteus Minimus lies directly under the Gluteus Medius, while the pork chop-shaped Gluteus Medius is positioned on your outer hip and make your pelvis steady when you stand on a single leg. However, above given exercises utilize your glutes, but this exercise is specially designed to give your butt the lift you’ve ever dreamed.

Lunge:

This challenging but quite rewarding exercise is very similar to Squat, which works multiple muscles around the calves, quads, glutes and hamstrings. Strengthening these muscles boost your metabolism that is quite helpful if you’re trying to burn fat and lose weight. There are various lunge exercises including sliding lunges, wheel lunges, static lunges and low lunges, which you can try to shape, tone and firm up your legs and strengthen all the muscles of your buttocks.