Thigh Exercises

Exercises with your thighs as the primary target:

  • Squats - Resistance Tube

    Standing on the tube adds more resistance than just your body weight alone. You can make it even more challenging by shortening the length of the tube.

  • Advanced Hamstring Roll-out - Stability Ball

    The most challenging hamstring roll-out, this one is will give you sculpted hamstrings and help you develop an ability to balance with movement.

  • Advanced Split Leg Squat - Free Weight

    This is a squat that is executed with your toes on a bench behind you to concentrate on the strength training of the front leg.

  • Advanced Squats - Stability Ball

    Take your hips low (knee height) in order to work the full range of motion of your hip muscles.

  • Ball Lift - Stability Ball

    Use your abdominals and thighs to lift the ball into the air.

  • Ball On Wall Squat Hold - Stability Ball

    This is a great squat to do if you are concerned about your knees, as the wall supports some of your weight, and your spine stays perpendicular to the floor so does not put your knee at an exaggerated angle.

  • Ball On Wall Squats - Stability Ball

    This is a great squat to do if you are concerned about your knees, as the wall supports some of your weight, and your spine stays perpendicular to the floor so does not put your knee at an exaggerated angle.

  • Ball To Floor Lunges - Stability Ball

    This exercise adjoins the upper body with the lower body-you will get a back and shoulder workout by touching the ball to the floor and a leg workout by doing the lunges.

  • Barbell Squats - Free Weight

    These are classic squats that are done with a bar on your shoulders.

  • Cable Hip Adduction - Machine

    This works your inner thigh muscle and muscles deep within the hip. It requires you to resist the weight while standing instead of while sitting, therefore strengthens your muscles in an elongated state.

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