Lazy Girl Thigh Workout

If you don’t like exercise or your thighs you’re going to love my lazy girl thigh workout.

Try this thigh workout when you’re feeling extra lazy.

The thigh exercises in this workout help tighten and tone thigh fat.

The best part?  You don’t have to sit up or stand.  You don’t need any equipment either.

If you don’t really like exercise but want to slim down your thighs, my lazy girl thigh workout is perfect for you.

See me demo the exercises for you here.

How to do this Lazy Girl Thigh Workout

  • These six moves hit the inner and outer thighs.
  • Do each exercise until you feel the burn, then do 5 more.
  • Move from one exercise to the next without resting.
  • Do 1 round of all of the exercises to complete 1 set.
  • Do 4 full sets to complete your workout.
  • I recommend doing this routine at least twice a week.

After you’re done rocking this workout, leave me a comment and let me know if you felt the burn.

Lazy girl thigh workout

Pin this workout to Pinterest so you’ll have it forever.

What’d you think?  Did you feel the burn?  Let me know in the comments.

It only works if you work it, so work it.  YOU are so worth it!

Your Coach and Biggest Cheerleader



P.S.  If you liked this workout you’ll love this lazy girl workout, too.
P.P.S.  If you’re looking for more info on how to lose thigh fat, click here.

For the best possible results, follow a meal plan and complete workout program.  You can’t out-exercise a bad diet.  Abs really are made in the Kitchen.  If you need help with a meal plan or workout program I’ve got you covered.

 Results using my Total Transformation Program

  • Tiara Scott
    Posted at 04:46h, 20 June Reply

    Looks great

  • Noreen DuBois
    Posted at 15:40h, 07 July Reply

    Love you exercises for inner thigh and outer thigh .

    • Christina
      Posted at 17:37h, 09 July Reply

      I’m glad you find them helpful 🙂

  • Sumer Joseph
    Posted at 12:06h, 16 July Reply

    Been looking for a while now to find the right one. I think I did.

  • Kath Borg
    Posted at 20:29h, 19 July Reply

    I have an ankle injury and needed to find a thigh workout that didn’t include squats and lunges – this is perfect! YOU ROCK!!

    • Christina
      Posted at 22:07h, 19 July Reply

      YASSSSSSSS! so happy my workout works for you <3

  • Katrina Santana
    Posted at 23:40h, 20 July Reply

    I love your workouts! Thank you for sharing!

    • Christina
      Posted at 23:14h, 21 July Reply

      awesome! thank you! I’m glad you like them xoxoxox

  • Tina Clay
    Posted at 18:43h, 22 July Reply

    Love the video

  • Cyndee
    Posted at 02:20h, 01 August Reply

    Looks awesome have to try them

  • Yola
    Posted at 12:36h, 07 August Reply

    Love this workout.THANX for sharing

  • Emma Danzey
    Posted at 00:37h, 09 August Reply

    Is this photo material for public domain use? I would like to feature it and give credit to you in the Refined Magazine (online)

    • Christina
      Posted at 13:46h, 09 August Reply

      That depends on exactly what content you want to share and what you say about it. If you could be more specific about what you want to share/feature and say I’d appreciate it. I will say I don’t allow people to use my images and post them on pinterest with links back to their website… only mine.

  • Ashley Canfield
    Posted at 14:13h, 16 August Reply

    I have a spinal cord injury from a couple years ago. I walk with a walker right now. Intense PT made me lose a lot of weight really fast. But my insurance doesn’t cover PT anymore so I’m on my own with a lot of toning to do after the fast weight loss. There is a lot I can’t do yet for workouts and it’s difficult to find things I can do. This looks like it will really help. Any other workout suggestions for me?
    Sincerely desperate,

  • Jayne Chase RN
    Posted at 17:11h, 18 August Reply

    I used to be a very active ICU / TRAUMA RN of 20 yrs. Unfortunately, my MS & 2 cancers &a list of other medical problems doesn’t make activity so easy anymore. Your thigh workout looks like something I can do. In fact 2 of the exercises are things I used to do. Thank you for this.

    • Christina
      Posted at 12:51h, 22 August Reply

      I’m glad you find it helpful xoxo

  • Andi
    Posted at 15:04h, 10 February Reply

    Not so Lazy, after you’ve completed Four rounds!!! Nice workout though!!

  • Patty
    Posted at 13:09h, 11 February Reply

    I’m glad this i saw it, because I have problems w/ my knee, i believe this will help. Summer it’s coming want to wear shorts. Lol
    Thank you again

  • Patty
    Posted at 13:14h, 11 February Reply

    How many times a week?

    • Christina
      Posted at 10:48h, 15 February Reply

      I recommend doing this once and adding it with other lower and upper body workouts throughout the week.

  • Henin Cao
    Posted at 05:09h, 12 February Reply

    This is amazing, I just hope it works for me!

    • Christina
      Posted at 22:36h, 12 February Reply

      It works, if you work it 😉 xo

  • Stringer
    Posted at 06:20h, 08 March Reply

    Tried it and liked it… I will do this one twice a week

    • Christina
      Posted at 13:27h, 08 March Reply

      Awesome!!!! : )

  • Mikki Risler
    Posted at 17:01h, 10 May Reply

    I spent almost 4 years in a wheelchair due to neurological and autoimmune diseases and have to use braces on both feet to walk now, so doing any type of workout standing up is a no go for me. I’ve also lost a lot of weight and am actually trying to gain to get healthier, but I don’t want to gain fat so I need to work out while doing so, and this is perfect! Thank you so much for both doing and posting it!

    • Christina
      Posted at 09:28h, 11 May Reply

      Hi Mikki! I have a lot of ‘lazy girl’ workouts that involve laying down/sitting. They’re PERFECT for you. You can check them out here::

      • Mikki
        Posted at 12:32h, 11 May Reply

        Hi Christina! These are all so awesome, thank you so much! ?

  • Maya M
    Posted at 13:13h, 30 May Reply

    Thank so much for this, gorgeous! By the way, it was featured here:

    • Christina
      Posted at 12:17h, 05 June Reply

      Awwwww thanks for sharing the love! xoxo

  • DeeDee Carlson
    Posted at 12:59h, 08 August Reply

    General idea about how many calories are burned with this lazy girl workout? I need to make sure I’m getting enough calories and not burning too many so just a general idea would be great.

    • Christina
      Posted at 12:54h, 10 August Reply

      It’s impossible to tell you because I’d have to know your gender, height, weight, etc. This is why I never include calorie count and never will.

  • Hollie Newmyer Hayes
    Posted at 14:21h, 19 November Reply

    After a fall, 4 back and 1 neck surgery, pain pills, staying in bed all day with pain watching life just go by, I made the decision to get a pain pump at the age of 42. It helped tremendously with my back however the neck pain never left…. Now, I just choose to live life and manage the pain through stretching, massage, biofreeze, If it gets too intense from the muscle spasms I do take Ibuprofen/Percocet prescribed by my Pain Dr. given for breakthrough pain. I have been married for 30yrs this December. I suppose what I am concerned about is this 20 pound weight gain I had through this. You know how men can be “oh honey, you can barely tell, you are beautiful to me”. Gag!!! I’m looking in the mirror going ~ who is that cow???? Your workout looked like something that maybe this old girl could do. I mean I haven’t exercised in 10 years almost… I had almost given up on being able to experience happiness without pain… So today I decided to stretch out these old chubby bones and I tried it. Specifically I tried your one for thighs grrr yup thunder thighs that’s me lol. Here we go Bridge: 50 Lunge: 20 each side ~ Clams: 30 Deadlifts: 50 ~ Donkey Kick: 20 each side ~ Curtsy Lunge: 20 each side ~ Fire Hydrants: 20 each side ~ Inner Thigh Extentions: 50. Yes very low and I could only do them one time. But it inspired and encouraged this 51 year old, YOU inspired and encouraged this 51 year old and I thank you. I apologize for the length of this. H

    • Christina
      Posted at 12:51h, 04 December Reply

      I’m so so happy to hear my workout inspired and helped you xoxo

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