Thigh Exercises - Stability Ball

Other ways to work your Thighs: Bodyweight Bosu Free Weight Machine Medicine Ball Resistance Tube Wobble Board

Exercises with your thighs as the primary target:

  • Hip Adduction

    Toning the inside of your thighs can help give your hips stability, lowering your chance for injuries such as slipping and falling and pulling a muscle.

  • Leg Curl

    This is a great cross-training alternative to a hamstring curl machine at the gym. It challenges your stability muscles because the ball will want to roll.

  • Leg Extension

    This challenges your balance while strengthening your quadriceps and your core.

  • Lunges

    This develops leg strength as well as arm and core strength while you work one leg at a time.

  • Rear Leg Lift

    You will strengthen your hamstrings and your glutes along with your chest and arms in this exercise.

  • Squats

    Holding the ball in front of you gives your hands a specific place to be so you can execute the squats with good form; additionally, it adds weight to the squat.

  • Advanced Hamstring Roll-out

    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 Squats

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

  • Ball Lift

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

  • Ball On Wall Squat Hold

    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.

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