Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Strictly Star Thigh Freezing Treatment

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With Strictly dancer Kristina Rihanoff having fat "frozen" off her thighs, Yourwellness Magazine explored thigh-toning exercises.

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Strictly Come Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff has had four inches of fat "frozen" off her thighs, The Daily Star reported October 14th. The article, “VIDEO: Strictly star Kristina Rihanoff has thighs FROZEN to get in shape for sexy calendar,” noted that the Russian dancer, 36, had the pioneering Lipoglaze treatment in Harley Street last August so she would be ready for her sexy 2014 calendar. Rihanoff commented, ‘Even dancers can have problem areas on their bodies which they struggle to get toned. I have always had stubborn areas of fat, which I just can’t shift on my inner thigh. Even when I am dancing and rehearsing eight hours a day I still can’t shift this area.’ (http://www.dailystar.co.uk/diet-fitness/345500/VIDEO-Strictly-star-Kristina-Rihanoff-has-thighs-FROZEN-to-get-in-shape-for-sexy-calendar)

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine explained how to slim down and tone up upper thighs. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘If you are trying to lose weight and improve your fitness, you are likely to have problem areas that you need to target. For many women, their thighs are their biggest problem area, as many women store fat in this way. To improve their wellness and wellbeing, they need to look at specific exercises that target their thighs, as often generalised exercise will help you to lose weight all over but will not shift specific patches of weight such as this.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/10/slim-tone-upper-thighs/)

Yourwellness Magazine outlined a new kind of squat that specifically targets the upper thigh. The feet are placed wider than the shoulders and the toes are pointed slightly outwards (as if they are pointing to 10 and 2 o’clock). The body is then slowly lowered down while counting to two, into a squat position. The exerciser holds the squat for a beat and then stands up slowly, repeating this movement 25 – 30 times.

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