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This might not appeal to everyone, but swimming is a solid cardio activity that will burn fat and won't build your legs much. It's mostly about back, shoulders and core. It isn't weight bearing or impact-centric like running or soccer. If you're not a strong swimmer already and you're interested, I highly recommend getting some lessons for awhile. Once ...
It sounds like your legs have significant lean tissue mass (and not excess fat). If that is the case, the solution is a bit more extreme. I normally wouldn't suggest it to anyone but if you really want to try to reduce leg muscle mass then you need to stimulate muscle atrophy: Reduce leg activity. No intense leg exercise only really low steady state. The ...
I think this link will help you to strengthen your knee. Try it and do workout regularly and improve your diet and stay healthy.
There is only anecdotal evidence to support the claim that taking supplements can help with joint pain. It appears to work for some people, and, not for others. There is, as yet, no scientific proof it works. As for exercises, I've had the unfortunate experience to rehab a torn ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament). As part of that rehab, I was instructed by ...
It looks like you personally prefer your legs to be slim, but you legs are obviously healthy and have muscle mass. Soccer Players have large legs because all they have to use in the game are their legs! Most people would always prefer muscle to slim legs. But if you still feel dissatisfied by your legs(visually), then you could do some upper body weight ...
-40 meter dash x 3 sets - take a 3 minute rest inbetween -hill sprints for 30 seconds -Power leap (from a full squat position, leap as high as you can, as far as you can for 15 reps) for 3 sets. This can all be done outside.
Squats, squats, squats, squats, squats, squats, squats, squats, squats. Also, lunges and hill or stair sprints. But squats. Your desire for static exercises is wrong. Squat. It's good for your knees. Squat.
There are several great workouts you can do at home to workout legs. Now, keep in mind, running is not so much about building leg muscle, but a more cardio related activity. I'm not saying you won't work the muscles, but most people don't run to build leg muscle. Now, on to leg workouts. There are plenty of good body weight leg workouts out there and ...
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