Strengthening and toning your legs at home can work just as well as going to the gym. Women who want shapely thighs and calves can practice a routine of lunges, pli heel raises, squats and scissor kicks, in part or in whole, up to five days a week. Stand with your feet about shoulderwidth apart. Put your hands on your hips and take a big step forward. Lower your body until your back leg makes a right angle and raise up using the leg muscles. Repeat three sets of 30 on each side. Stand with your feet slightly farther apart celine handbags than your shoulders and step each foot outward just a bit. Turn your toes out and lower your body about 6 inches, before raising up again. Put your hands gently in front you or on your hips for balance. This variation tones the thighs, hips and glutes. Stand with your feet shoulderwidth apart. Keep your arms at your side and maintain straight posture. Lower your glutes the same way you would to sit in a chair and continue to lower them several inches. Raise up again slowly. If you want a tougher version, put dumbbells on the floor. Alternate picking them up and putting them down as you lower. Lie supine with your arms at your sides and your legs extended. Lift your legs about 45 degrees off the floor, keeping your toes pointed. Cross the right thigh over the left and then the left over the right. Cycling works the thighs, calves, hips and buttocks for an overall toned lower body. Riding a halfhour a day up to five days a week melts fat so that your sculpting efforts are more apparent, too.