Health & Fitness for Men : How to Get Ripped Thighs

Increasing definition in your thighs requires developing muscle all over your body and decreasing your body fat percentage.e53a247d88515d14775ab32de823f0f6

Training Techniques

Train your legs separately from any other muscle group. Include exercises that target each muscle in your lower body in each workout, including your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves.

Muscle Development

Begin your leg workouts with compound exercises that recruit multiple muscles at the same time to stimulate muscle development. Perform exercises such as the leg press, barbell squats and dumbbell lunges to work your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves at the same time.

Isolated Exercises

End your workouts with isolated exercises that target each muscle group individually, which helps correct any imbalances or asymmetry. Execute exercises such as leg extensions, lying hamstring curls, seated hamstring curls, standing calf raises and seated calf raises.


Include 40 to 50 minutes of cardiovascular exercise after lifting weights when your glycogen levels are depleted, so your body is more likely to turn to stored fat as a fuel source. Ride the stationary bike at a fast pace with light resistance, pedal on the elliptical machine at a fast pace with light resistance or walk at an incline on the treadmill.

Engage in cardio workouts 5 to 6 days per week.

Health & Diet

Follow a healthy diet to help you shed body fat. Consume low-fat protein, such as fish, lean meats, skinless chicken, ground turkey, eggs, nuts and legumes, to help rebuild and repair your muscles. Eat complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains, vegetables and fruits to provide your body with a source of energy and improve your performance during workouts.

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