Run on an upward track. Go look for a hill that is one-tenth of a mile. Start with a 10 to 15 minute warm up jog and then return to the initial place where you started. Sprint up with your maximum ability and slowly run to the bottom of the hill. Run up again with a side-step manner. Jog downwards, make a 180 degree turn and do a side-step again. Jog back down, and then sprint backwards to the top of the hill. Return to the bottom and repeat the exercise four times. After that, relax and calm yourself down for 10 to 15 minutes.
Do little ball compresses. Stand on top of a Swiss ball with your knees bent a bit. Squeeze the ball with full force and stay still for about half a minute. This puts force on the inner area of the thighs. Do this four to six times.
Walk in water
Water creates good resistance when exercising. Go to the shallow end of the swimming pool and walk for around 10 minutes. Come to the end of the pool and grab it for balance. Move your right leg in the air for 20 times, and then do this with the left leg. Take a break for 30 seconds and repeat for four to six times. End this by walking for ten minutes in the pool.
Do some floor slides. Put a towel on a wet floor, and place one foot on it. Slide it to your side the most you can, then return back. Do 10 to 12, change sides and do four to six sets overall.
Do some lunges. This is a very difficult exercise that affects the hips, thighs, glutes and calves in one go. To carry them out, take a forward step and lower your body near the floor by lowering the knees. Knee should be at 90 degrees. Switch sides and walk around the room. Take 10 to 12 movements and rest for 45 seconds. Do this four to six times.