How to Exercise the Teardrop Thigh Muscle

The vastus medialis oblique otherwise called the VMO or tear thigh muscle is an extensor muscle situated within the thigh simply above the knee. There are a few activities that could reinforce the VMO.

Squats are particularly useful. An assortment of seated exercises like leg presses and thigh compression are likewise useful. Moving your legs doing step-ups and thrusts can likewise reinforce the VMO.

1. DO A TWOFOLD LEG SQUAT

The twofold leg squat is the fundamental squat frame. To begin, stand with your legs bear-width apart. Fold your arms over your chest. Drop yourself down gradually as though you’re sitting in a seat. Keep your chest and head up and your eyes forward.

  • Stop hunching down when you feel just as you can’t bring down yourself any further and gradually stand back up
  • Your knees ought not to go beyond the end of your toes
  • At the base of your squat, hold the position for around five seconds. Rehash 12-15 times