The following advice on leg exercises is applicable to males and females, alike...
...You need to perform weight lifting leg exercises using heavy to moderate weight. You should be on a high quality weight training program, eating enough calories (bodyweight x ~18) and enough protein (bodyweight X ~1.0grams/lb. of bodyweight), and be getting about 8 hours of sleep per night.
For calf exercises, perform both standing and seated calf raises. Do 3-5 sets x 5 reps of standing calf raises with heavy weight; and do 2-4 sets x 8-10 reps of seated calf raises. Do this (within your overall weight lifting program) 1-2x/week. See link down the page entitled "calf exercises" for more information.
For developing your thighs and butt, you should perform heavy compound exercises such as deadlifts, squats, leg presses, lunges, RDLs or step ups to name a few. Don't bother with leg curls or leg extensions (unless you use them to warm up or cool down). Any good weight lifting routine includes effective leg exercises within it's structure (see links below for "Weight Lifting Program" & "Leg Exercises" for more complete information)
There are 2 main types of muscle-building: 1. Condition training. Build muscles that are small and hard but can exercise for a long time. 2. Body building. Build big muscles made for short but heavy exercises.
Therefore, do heavy leg exercises which you won't be able to stand for long. Like running or biking as fast as you can. Or use a device to lift weights with your legs.
When Weightlifting, use the maximum weight that you can faultlessly lift for about 6 or 10 times in a row.
It doesn't. It tones your thighs, calves and butt and builds muscle and strength.
Boys like larger thighs, and skinnier calves. But it depends on your butt. If you have a big butt-- they'll like skinnier legs.
i dont know all of them, but your calves will be limp noodles the day after you do a bunch. thighs and butt, probably, too.
Riding a bike is a great way:) Putting the fork down is another.
From personaly experience they do work. BUT they only strengthend my calves and lower thighs not my upper thighs or butt like I needed and after a while it will I'm sure but the advertisments were slightly misleading
Why would you want to do that! Exercise and toning will build muscle and thus form shape to these areas.
A bootcamp workout is a workout like no other. It will help you tone your butt, thighs, calves and tummy. It will help you greatly if you have just had a baby.
Yes you can get stretch marks on the breast, butt, thighs, etc. but you can easily remove by cocoa or pure olive oil. And try not to scratch you can create stretch marks.
Due to the amount of exercise and conditioning that dance studios incorporate on their students, your muscles begin to tighten and grow, including your calves, thighs, and butt.
Well, fat will go first. Then excess muscle will begin to go. (Thighs, butt, and breasts.) After that, the stomach and calves and upper arms will get thinner.
Eating, I guess.
Any type of squats are good for your thighs and butt!!