downtownn:

PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE ANY OF THIS POST! DON’T RUIN IT FOR OTHERS!
The workout is right here! I put it in calendar form for those who are busy, it makes everything a little simpler. 
Exercise Links:
D. Kicks (Both legs)
Hip Bridge
Leg Extensions
Dead Lifts (5-7 pounds)
Side Lunges
High Knees
Butt Kickers
Hamstring Curls (No equipment)
Quad Lifts
Bicep Curls
Side Planks (Both Arms)
Half Push-Ups
Bicycles
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LEVEL 1 | LEVEL 2 | LEVEL 3 | LEVEL 4 | LEVEL 5 (In Progress)
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downtownn:

If you are reblogging, please do not remove ANY of this post - you may ruin it for others!
I know, I’ve been a bit busy to update this blog, but when I came across this in the June/July issue of Seventeen I knew that my followers had to see it!
Rules:
Exercise atleast 5 days a week, for 25 minutes. That’s easy!
Eat 5 times a day (fresh food over junk!)
Find 5 new ways to be active every week.
The calendar is essential for this plan, you can print it out here.
You will also need all of these workouts:
Monday: here
Tuesday: here
Wednesday: here
Thursday: here
Friday: here
Good luck, I’m trying this as well, let me know if you’re trying it, too!
(c) 2011 Seventeen Magazine I am NOT responsible for the content, only poorly scanning & uploading it.

I don’t remember the blog I found this from, so if it’s yours, let me know, and I can give the appropriate credit. :’)

But anyways, these are the exercises I do everyday in order to get a thigh gap, and they seriously just make your legs feel so firm and amazing!

1 to 3 times a day —

PART ONE

25 squats

30 lunges, 15 per leg

10 squats

50 leg raises, 25 per leg

20 lunges, 10 per leg

30 second wall sit

40 squats

take a small break~*

PART TWO

50 leg raises, 25 per leg

20 squats

10 lunges, 5 per leg

10 squats

30 second wall sit

20 leg raises, 10 per leg

15 squats

I do recommend, however, if you aren’t too active to begin with, do only the second half of this for the first week, then do the entire thing at the start of week two.

 
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