Get Your Lean Legs Back

Have you notice how media tries to manipulate you?

It is making me angry to see how they try to do that especially if it comes to women’s image. In real life you have a house, work, partner, kids and then according to them your body should easily bounce back to what it was before the pregnancy.

I am just wondering who writes these articles. Girls in theirs 20’s with no kids, no responsibilities and plenty of free time?

Or maybe we should start comparing ourselves to cover image of Heidi Klum, Beyonce or Gwen Stefani. Right, we don’t have that kind of resources like them, army of babysitters and there is slim chance we could afford dietician, cook, personal trainer and others.

I remember my reflection in a mirror a few days after giving birth looking at my mommy muffin top and massive legs. I stood there still wearing my pregnancy trousers and wondered if I ever be able to wear skinny jeans again. At that moment I though ”that is it, I am going to be fat forever”. I was scared to even try to put my old jeans on terrified that they will only go half a way up.

I wanted my lean legs back and I was determined to do whatever it takes to get there. I did and if I could, you can too.

It took me a little longer than I expected but I managed to get my skinny jeans back on and to look good in them. It took only few minutes a day but it worked. So let’s get started.


This routine is design to tighten your legs in only 14 days. Yes, you will sweat a lot but it’s worth it. Good news is you need less than 10 minutes daily. Here is how we are going to do it.

Day 1.

  • Tuck jumps
  • High knee run
  • Jumping jacks
  • Mountain climber


Day 2

  • Side low squat walk
  • Wide legs power jump
  • Frog jumps
  • High knee run


Day 3

  • Mountain climbers
  • Jumping lunges
  • Vertical jumps
  • Skier


Day 4


  • High knee run
  • Jumping lunges
  • Scissors
  • Side low squat walk


Here is your first 4 days. Do each exercise 30 seconds and as many repetition as you can. Repeat exercises 3 times.

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