When I started weightlifting and weight training, my thighs went down two inches in a few months. So if you do these exercises three times a week, walk at a good pace often and eat a healthy, balanced diet, you will see the results very quickly.

Inner Thigh Lift

Lie on your side on a yoga mat and stretch your right leg to the floor; place your left leg on your right and hold this position by supporting yourself with your right elbow. Now lift your left leg, keeping it straight, lifting it as high as possible; hold the contraction for 1-2 seconds, before lowering your leg and repeating the exercise.

3×10 repetitions for each side
Outer thigh lift

Extend both legs to the floor. Abdominal muscles stay contracted and shoulders rest firmly on the floor. Exhale and lift your left leg without bending it. Hold this position for 1-2 seconds, then slowly lower your leg again.

3×10 reps for each side.
Donkey kicks

Rest on the floor with your knees and palms, your back is stretched and remains still in a horizontal position. Lower your head so that the neck and head form a continuation line of the spine. The elbows should not bend. Now lift your right leg upward with the palm of your foot upward; hold the contraction for 1 to 2 seconds. As you lift your leg, exhale slowly and inhale as you return to the starting position.

3×10 reps for each side
Sumo Squat

Spread your feet well past the line perpendicular to your shoulders, with your toes pointing about 30 degrees outward. Keep your chest and pelvis back and roll your shoulders back. Now bend your knees and lower yourself with your buttocks. Be sure to always point your knees forward and keep your back straight. When you lower yourself, you inhale, while when you raise yourself, you exhale. Push yourself up with all your weight, putting pressure on your heels, not your toes.

3×12 reps
Reverse lunge

Feet are firmly planted on the ground perpendicular to the hips. Now take a long step back with your right foot. Be careful to keep your back straight and always look forward. You can put your hands on your hips. Lower your hips until your knee touches the floor; the left knee should not come forward and should not go past the toes. Push yourself up by applying pressure to the heel of your left foot and exhaling slowly.

3×10 repetitions for each side