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    The firm butt workout

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    Inner thigh workout. Single-Leg Balance exercise

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    The Firm and Burn Workout Drop up to 10 pounds in four fast weeks. Everything you need for slim-down success is right here. By Janet Lee

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    Great workout for your butt and inner thighs - Try 3 sets of 20. Inner Thigh Workout for Women – Top Exercises for Thigh Gap. Full Workout Video at

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    Single-Leg Balance exercise - from The Firm and Burn Workout, Fitness Magazine

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Great workout for your butt and inner thighs - Try 3 sets of 20.

Great inner thigh exercise. Can also be done without the chair.

her thighs intimidate me. my trainer wanted me to get to there, and i was doing pretty good till i tore my calves. whoops. now I'm back to jiggly legs all over :)

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how to get an inner thigh gap. I especially need this because of my bow legs... it makes you look more proportional.

Bulgarian Split Squat... another one of my favorites. Want great toned legs? This is one of the ways to get them! Pair exercise with a nutritious diet, and you'll be in tip top shape in time! Notice her technique: her weight is placed evenly, being mostly in her front heel, NOT her front toe. Her knee is slightly behind her toe, her back is set and she is upright. Great technique is key!