Gymnastics for slim and beautiful legs

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For the sake of beau­ty, women are ready for a lot, in par­tic­u­lar, they use such a trou­ble-free “beau­ty tool” as high-heeled shoes. In addi­tion, if dur­ing the work­ing day you have to sit at your desk, your legs are bent at the knees for a long time.

This has a detri­men­tal effect on pos­ture. How­ev­er, you can resist these neg­a­tive process­es if you sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly engage in exer­cis­es for the legs, which remark­ably strength­en the mus­cles.

To do this, you do not need to go to the gym or use any sim­u­la­tors. Per­form exer­cis­es every day, grad­u­al­ly increas­ing the load.

  • Stand fac­ing the wall at a step dis­tance from it, over time this dis­tance can be grad­u­al­ly increased. Lean your hands against the wall, put your legs togeth­er. Strong­ly bend your elbows, then straight­en them. Make sure your heels are flat on the floor. Repeat the exer­cise 10–12 times.
  • Stand fac­ing the chair — hands should rest against the back. Alter­nate­ly raise each arm to such a height that it is at right angles to the back of the chair — while the body should be in a straight line. From this posi­tion, bend your left leg at the knee and pull it towards your chest. Then do an ener­getic leg swing back and up. Make sure that the heel of the oth­er foot does not come off the floor all the time. After that, do the same move­ments with the right leg. The exer­cise should be repeat­ed 5–8 times for each leg.
  • Rest your hands on the floor so that your hands are at a suf­fi­cient­ly large dis­tance from your legs. In this posi­tion, start walk­ing for­ward — right hand and left foot, left hand and right foot. To begin with, take 10–12 steps, over time, the num­ber of steps needs to be increased.
  • Sit on your toes with your knees togeth­er. Rest your palms on the floor a step away from your feet. Lift your hips up, while low­er­ing your heels to the floor, straight­en your elbows and knees, head looks down. After that, return to the start­ing posi­tion. Do this exer­cise 3–5 times, then stand up com­plete­ly, and then sit down again. Repeat the exer­cise 5–10 times.

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