By following just 3 easy steps you’ll be able to lose thigh fat and your overall body fat percentage fast. Sliming down the thighs can be beneficial for both men and women. This video will not only explain how to eat, but it’ll also show you the best exercises to tone up your legs and glutes. By combining your workouts with a good diet you’ll burn the fat from your inner thighs creating more thigh gap. So if your goal is to burn the fat off your legs and get skinnier legs definitely watch this video.
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Excess fat around the hips and thighs is a very common problem, especially for women. While men are more likely to store fat is around their stomachs, women are more likely to store fat around their thighs, their pelvic region, and their hips. this female preferential fat storage pattern is believed to be caused by higher estrogen levels in women, leading to more subcutaneous fat storage, or in other words, more fat stored under the skin in areas like your thighs, rather than visceral fat storage which is fat stored around the stomach area and organs. (1) unfortunately even though visceral fat is more dangerous for your health if you continue accumulating more subcutaneous fat around your lower body it can lead to aesthetic issues like the development of cellulite and an overall pear-shaped body. so today I want to go over the 5 key steps that you can take to help reduce the fat found around your thighs. and the first step is to stop focusing specifically on losing thigh fat and instead shift your focus to losing overall body fat. so many women go to the gym a try to do thigh toning exercises that they found online hoping that doing a thigh workout will help slim up their lower bodies. however even though there are certain exercises that will help improve the shape of your lower body, which I’ll get to in a second, none of these exercises will help burn the fat directly off the thighs. instead, the fat will only come off your thighs as you lower your overall body fat percentage, and the number one way to do that is via diet, but you definitely don’t want to go down the traditional dieting route of simply aiming to eat fewer calories. A common starting point is to eat 500 fewer calories per day and reduce calories even further over time. this eat less and less approach is something that I’ve seen over and over again particularly with female clients, but the problem is even if you’re eating fewer calories, if those calories are still coming from sources that are processed or high in fat or sugar then you’re more likely to create insulin resistance, which will physically prevent fat loss, and instead of burning that extra 500 calories per day, your body will just slow down its metabolism to make up for those missing calories.
So, instead of just tracking calories it’s very important to also know your macros, and you’ll want to fill those macros with the fresh whole foods that don’t come in a box and are usually made out of just one ingredient like salmon, avocados, rice, or eggs…To easily find out your macros you can click the link for the calculator below, but keep in mind that you will have to re-adjust these numbers as you burn fat and as your body adapts to the number of calories you’re taking in on a daily basis.
now, once you have your macros a great way to prevent your metabolism from slowing down as much is to cycle your calories and macros. not only does this help keep your metabolism elevated, but for many people, it may also help you avoid binging since calorie cycling naturally incorporates days where you’ll be allowed to eat more food helping you feel more satisfied while still burning fat. for women that struggle with thigh fat, in particular, it’s very important that you’re not constantly yo-yo dieting because you’ll never be able to stick to your diet long enough to tap into the fat stored in your thighs and every time that you quit it’ll cause you to progressively gain more and more fat around your thighs. this is one of the main drawbacks of your body preferentially storing fat in your lower body first, while preferentially burning the fat from that same area last.
so instead of going down the calorie restriction route One of the best ways to start calorie cycling is by simply dropping your calories a little more aggressively at first, by let’s say something like 30 percent from maintenance for two weeks, and then you would bring your calories back up to maintenance levels for two weeks. Research shows that this two weeks on two weeks off dieting approach can help lead to more fat loss while being more sustainable, and less like…