Thigh gap is something that has always fascinated me. How to get a thigh gap is something people have asked me many times throughout my career. The answer isn’t always one that people love to hear, but it’s simply the truth.

What is a thigh gap?

The definition of a thigh gap is a follows: A thigh gap is a space between the inner thighs of some people when standing upright with feet touching.

Is It Good To Have A Thigh Gap?

Most of the time healthy women at any age can have a thigh gap. Not having a thigh gap can be addressed through a healthy diet and consistent exercise program, because let’s be real here, it’s just an extra layer of fat. Plus, if you have wider hips naturally, then you will find it easier to achieve a thigh gap without having to lose much fat.

Because each WOD that I create helps in the consistency department, the foundation grows thick. As a result of a thick foundation, your body is ready for catastrophe. As far as the healthy diet, you can find more information in WOD #230. Which is all about General Non-Medical Nutrition Information.

Why is thigh gap a thing?

This is my question for the world. Why is thigh gap a thing? Some guys may think it’s sexy and for some women it is, but I also think that muscle in women is sexy. When women build muscle on their legs sometimes the thigh gap closes and that’s totally ok with me. Not everyone who has that space between their thighs is unhealthily thin and many people’s bodies have it naturally and they don’t think twice about it.

How Can I Get A Thigh Gap In A Month?

Most people are checking Pinterest for these kinds of workouts. Let me be the first to tell you that this isn’t going to happen. At least in a sustainable way it isn’t. You can get a thigh gap in a month, but chances are your mind isn’t ready for this kind of change and you’ll gain any weight back (And more) with the drastic amount of change needed to get that thigh gap.

Therefore, if this is your first visit to my WODs, then start at the WOD Cheatsheet and get your Pre-Test done. Then start on WOD #1 a day later. At least one round is all you need to do to create the consistancy needed.

In conclusion, how to get a thigh gap takes three things. Consistency, Determination, and Community. When you commit to one WOD a day completing at least one round, gain the determination change your entire lifestyle and be a part of an AMAZING community such as the #Kobernation, you will find PERMANENT and SUSTAINABLE change. Set and get after fitness goals that improve the health of your body and your quality of life. Stay away from empty goals that are, at best, unattainable and diminishing of your well-being.

Shift your mindset towards fitness goals that make you feel strong, energetic, happy and healthy, and I guarantee that you’re going to like the changes you see in your body.

Related Posts – Check out all of my WODs that pertain to thigh gap as a focus and you’ll see how to get a thigh gap without using weights. (Or simply strengthen your legs and love the body you have)

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Workout Of The Day (WOD) #236 | How To Get A Thigh Gap

Warm-up – 5 Minutes Cardio (At LEAST)
1-6 Rounds

  •  Long Jump – 30 Seconds
  • Side To Side Hop -30 Seconds
  • Kneel Down Stand Up – 30 Seconds
  • High Plank Front Raise Twist – 30 Seconds

Cool Down – Down Dog Pose For 5 Deep Breaths

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