Jiggly Thighs?

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Jiggly thighs indicate that there is excess skin in the thigh area. There are exercises that can be done to tone that area of the body and well as burn fat. One exercise that helps thighs is squats. If done properly, squats can tone and develop the thigh muscles. Lunges are also ideal to help reveal toned and well defined thighs as opposed to jiggly thighs. There are different types of lunges a person can perform that include side lunges, jump switch lunges, and walking lunges.
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