Excess fat around the hips and thighs is a common problem especially for women.
To reduce thigh fat, focus on losing overall body fat rather than targeting specific areas.
Diet plays a crucial role in lowering body fat percentage. Avoid processed and high-fat/sugar foods.
Know your macros (carbohydrates, proteins, fats) and consume fresh, whole foods.
Calorie and macro cycling can help prevent metabolic slowdown and make the diet more sustainable.
Weight training is important for getting a toned lower body and increasing muscle mass.
Deep squats walking lunges, and step-ups are effective exercises for the thighs and glutes.
Incorporate weights to challenge muscles and improve muscle tone.
Cardio should be added gradually, focusing on high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
Consider a comprehensive program, such as a 6-week challenge, to customize your diet and workout plan, achieve fat loss goals, and receive support from an accountability coach.