The best diet and exercise to get toned and strong thighs

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Get Fit In 15 Minutes: The Best Diet And Exercise To Get Tight And Strong Thigh Muscles

  • Famous Personal Trainer Nadya Fairweather Reveals How To Get Fit In 15 Minutes
  • She advises people to try side-shuffle squat touch-downs to get toned thighs
  • Nutritionist Amanda Hamilton recommends eating healthy fats, such as fatty fish
  • While Liz Hemmings selects stylish fitness apparel for the workout regimen

WHAT TO DO

For toned, powerful thighs, celebrity personal trainer Nadya Fairweather (u-shape.co.uk) recommends side shuffle squat touch-downs.

Put down your mat, set the timer for one minute and get started. Shimmy – take quick sideways strides – from one length of the mat to the other, move into a nice wide squat at each end, with your bottom out – and touch your outer arm to the floor with your outer foot.

If you want it to be more dynamic, hop from side to side with your side shuffle.

Famed personal trainer Nadya Fairweather reveals how to get toned and powerful thigh muscles in just 15 minutes and advises people to try side-shuffle squat touch-downs (above)

Famed personal trainer Nadya Fairweather reveals how to get toned and powerful thigh muscles in just 15 minutes and advises people to try side-shuffle squat touch-downs (above)

Go back and forth for a minute, then rest for a minute and repeat for a total of ten minutes.

WHAT TO EAT

Your diet can help build strong, contoured thigh muscles, says nutritionist Amanda Hamilton (amandahamilton.com).

Get plenty of healthy fats: You can replace fats from processed foods with healthy omega-3 fats such as fatty fish, flaxseeds and nuts and seeds.

These help with blood circulation. Poor circulation decreases the body’s ability to deliver nutrients to skin cells, causing them to clump together and make cellulite worse.

Nutritionist Amanda Hamilton recommends eating lots of healthy fats, such as fatty fish and flaxseeds (photo, stock image)

Nutritionist Amanda Hamilton recommends eating lots of healthy fats, such as fatty fish and flaxseeds (photo, stock image)

Nutritionist Amanda Hamilton recommends eating lots of healthy fats, such as fatty fish and flaxseeds (photo, stock image)

Make sure you’re getting enough protein, and aim for a palm-sized serving of high-quality animal or vegetable protein with each main meal.

The amino acids keep you full for longer and are also essential for healthy connective tissue.

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