No matter what you’ve tried that’s failed, you CAN get rid of your thunder thighs with the RIGHT exercise program and sensible eating.

It doesn’t matter what your age, what your mother’s thighs look like or what you’ve been told as far as “genes” or “hereditary distribution of body fat.”

The bottom line is this: The fat in your thighs is fuel in dormant form. The reason it’s there, even if you’ve been trying all sorts of exercising to get rid of it, is because your body does not need to burn it!

And that’s the solution: giving your body a need, a REASON, to use that stored fat for energy.

You must raise your body’s energy needs enough to force your body to plunge into that storehouse of fuel and burn it up.

And you haven’t been doing that. A thousand leg lifts a day on your side will not force your body to raid the stored thunder in your thighs.

Neither will those hour-long paced jogs on the treadmill.

Neither will the step classes.

Those last two are GREAT for building cardiovascular endurance. But not for getting rid of thunder thighs.

Thunder Thigh Solutions

I’ve written numerous articles on what precisely women must do to get rid of all that fat. I just love writing about this topic. The solution is right under your nose.

Unfortunately, most women have been led astray by myths. They’ve also been misguided by what intuitively may seem like the solution—such as endless leg lifts while lying on your side – or that ubiquitous pseudo-solution: the outer thigh machine!

Read the information below. You’ll find the solutions in every single post. Follow the concepts faithfully, then come back in 60 days and let me know if it’s not working.

Solutions to Stubbornly Big Legs

Burn Thigh Fat with Plyometrics

Will Elastic Band Walks Trim Thick Thighs?

Can Dance Classes Rid Thunder Thigh Fat?

Will Weight Training Make a Woman’s Big Legs Bigger?

Might Your Thunder Thighs Be Genetic?

Lorra Garrick has been covering medical, fitness and cybersecurity topics for many years, having written thousands of articles for print magazines and websites, including as a ghostwriter. She’s also a former ACE-certified personal trainer. 



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