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Inner Thigh Exercises Using A Stability Ball

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Dear Fun and Fit: Can you recommend exercises to tone and lose weight in my inner thighs? I’m getting tired of ruining perfectly good jeans and shorts because of the wear in the fabric. I have an exercise ball hiding somewhere in my condo if that helps.
Susan, Milford, CT

Alexandra: Hi Susan! Because we are saddened by your fashion mishaps, we want to help you! It’s great that you own an exercise ball, because we love them. Stability balls offer great options no matter what you want to work. The exercises you’re about to see in the video are good for strengthening your inner thighs, but if you also wish to lose the extra adipose tissue (er, that’s fat) sitting on top of and inside your muscles, you will have to do cardio–as in “move more.”

Kymberly: You can do cardio with the ball. Heck, you can fly across the country and take Alexandra’s cardio ball class if you are feeling spunky. Or just do whatever type of movement  you enjoy: Dancing in the Dark and  such like and so on. Between the cardio on the ball and the inner thigh exercise options from our video, you will achieve the status of Your Royal Inner tHighness AND you will live to donate your jeans and shorts intact to your adoring subjects!

Kimberly Evans

Nutrition counseling, classes and wellness customized to your needs, provided by Vermont's top dietitians. We hold a passion for the power of the human body and love of food. Our approach is to use the functional properties of food to create an optimal environment for wellness. Our clients range from top executives, athletes, folks working on general wellness and disease prevention and health minded organizations.

Kimberly Evans

Nutrition counseling, classes and wellness customized to your needs, provided by Vermont's top dietitians. We hold a passion for the power of the human body and love of food. Our approach is to use the functional properties of food to create an optimal environment for wellness. Our clients range from top executives, athletes, folks working on general wellness and disease prevention and health minded organizations.

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