This post is all about using resistance bands for thighs and how to create for yourself a beautiful pair of toned and shapely legs, just by exercising with bands.
We’re not talking about big strong powerlifter legs here. If this is what you want, the solution is simple: take a fearsomely heavy barbell and just start doing heavy squats. Forget about bands.
But if your desire is to possess a sensual set of thighs à la Sharon Stone – formidable but slender, muscular but sleekly sexy – then the squat rack is no great friend of yours.
Using resistance bands for thigh exercises is the best way to tone your legs
We all know that doing low-rep, heavy-load compound exercises is a superior way to build strength and muscle mass. But…
If you’ve read this far, then I believe you lean more towards elegance and aesthetic lines, although without any compromise on functional strength. How to achieve this kind of high-performance beauty? Is there a secret? There is!
Doing these resistance band thigh exercises is the best way to tone your legs and increase lower body strength without gaining excessive mass.
Read on to discover how to do thigh exercises with bands for beautifully toned and sculpted legs.
Best Resistance Bands for Thighs
To do these thigh exercises you need a special kind of band, one that will loop around your legs and provide concentric resistance while you workout.
Resistance glute bands are the best tool for activating your thigh, hip and glute muscles for an intense workout.
For the serious players out there, our fabric covered hip band is insanely strong, providing 150lb of resistance. Not for the faint hearted.
Resistance bands for thighs: 21 exercises for leg shape and tone:
#2 Sumo Squat
#4 Diagonal Split Squat
#5 Standing Hip Abduction
#6 Standing Kickback
#7 Standing Hip Flexion
#8 Knee Raise
#9 Lunge Kickback
#10 Leaning Kickback
#11 Leg Extension
#12 Lateral Shuffle
#13 Mini Band Walk
#14 Glute Kickback
#15 Lying Hip Abduction
#16 Donkey Kick
#17 Plank Kickback
#18 Side Plank Leg Raise
#20 Inverse Clamshell
#21 Bridge Thrust
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