How to get Golden Globes worthy legs!

From Jennifer Lopez to Cindy Crawford and Dakota Johnson, a lot of celebs were flashing thigh-high splits on the Golden Globes red carpet yesterday. So can you best prepare your body to make sure your legs look just as red carpet ready?

Squat

If you’re looking to target those thighs it’s hard to go past the classic lunges and squats. However, there are a few small tweaks and variations you can do that will can make a huge difference!

Double jump squat

Jumps and hops are great ways to get more definition in your calf.

Lateral lunge

By lunging in different directions you will get a much more rounded thigh definition

Forward lunge with low hand reach

Your hand position can change the emphasis of the exercise. A forward reach will target more hamstring and butt.

Sumo squat

The position of your feet makes a lot of difference to which part of your thighs get the most of a workout. Toes out targets the inner thighs.

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Greg has made it his fight to bring professionalism back to exercise. With a university degree in Human Movement and working with elite level athletes, Greg’s knowledge and experience is leading the way. Greg is the founder of Better Being, Australia’s only team of university qualified personal trainers delivering health solutions that suit your busy corporate life. Today, Greg continues to support the health and wellbeing of corporate executives and celebrities. He also educates trainers and regularly contributes to national publications and TV shows including Men’s Health, Sky Business and The Morning Show. Greg was awarded the 2011 Australian Exercise Professional of the Year finalist and is a proud ambassador for lululemon athletica. He has also established a charity, Active Kids, which aims to overcome childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Australia. Greg’s passion is to create ways to inspire, educate and motivate people to build a happy and healthy life.