The No Squats Belly, Butt, and Thighs Workout

If you are planning to start exercising regularly in order to shape up the belly, thighs, and butt just before the summer season, this article will be very helpful for you.

We reveal an efficient 5-move workout that won’t apply excessive pressure on your joints and can be done in the commodity of your home since all you need is- a wall.

Wall Bridge

Start lying on the floor, with the butt against the wall, and the arms at the sides.  Bend the knees and plant the feet 4 feet up the wall. Elevate the lower back off the ground, but make sure the shoulders remain on the ground. Breathe deeply, and return to the initial position.

Wall Scissor

Start by pushing the butt closer to the wall and the feet stack on the wall. Place the elbows on the floor, and lift the hips up. Walk the feet up the wall to straighten the legs, and start lowering the left leg toward the head. Repeat with the other leg.

Windshield Wipers

Lying on the floor, with the feet on the wall, and their bottoms facing the ceiling, lower the left leg slowly like a clock toward 9 o’clock, and return it back to the starting position. Repeat with the other leg toward 3 o’clock.

Toe Reaches

Start in the same position and use the right hand to reach the left foot. Lift the right shoulder off the ground, and then, repeat with the other hand and the opposite foot.

Knee Press

Start again in the same position, bend the knees and plant the feet 3 feet up the wall. Raise the butt off the floor and then cross the right ankle over the left one. Then, try to pulse the knee 20 times toward the wall. Repeat on the other side.

Make sure you follow this routine and exercise five times a way, repeating each exercise ten times.

The regular physical activity or exercise enhances health and lowers the risk of developing several diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. Physical activity and exercise can have immediate and long-term health benefits, and both significantly improve the life quality.

Here are some of the benefits of a regular physical activity:

  • Lower risk of a heart attack
  • Lower risk of falls and injuries
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Body weight control
  • Lower blood cholesterol level
  • Lower risk of type 2 diabetes and some cancers
  • Lower risk of osteoporosis
  • Stronger bones, joints, and muscles
  • More energy, and a relaxed body and mind
  • Improved sleep