Decrease the Overall Body Fat: The only regimen that could lose that specific fat in your legs is through liposuction which is a temporary remedy to your problem.
Of course, you'll not choose this regimen because it is expensive (unless of course you are filthy rich).
Therefore, what should be done? You need to reduce your overall body fat percentage in order to reduce the fat found in your upper thigh.
The conventional way of reducing fats is still the best answer to your problem.
You need to do cardio trainings like bike riding, Zumba, dancing, speed walking, running and a whole lot more.
Another conventional way is to eat less.
Eating less doesn't necessarily mean getting yourself in fasting.
You just have to reduce your caloric intake and increase healthy food like fruits and vegetables.
Strength training also helps in reducing the overall body fat.
You only need to have a consistent exercise every week.
You need to do aerobic exercise three to five times a week and strength trainings every other day for 15-30 minutes.
After you reduce the overall body fat and see that the extra flab around your thighs has already started to disappear, it is time to shape up and tone one of our large muscle groups: the thighs.
You don't have to go to the gym to do that.
You just need to do lunges, wall sits, and squats.
Do this every other day.
When you notice that your legs have started to become shaky during the exercise, be reminded that you are doing the right thing.
If you feel tired, be comforted because your body is telling you that fats are being used up.
If you're working out in the gym then make use of the wide array of machines and ask your coach to make you a program that specifically reduces the thigh mass.
Some of the good choices are leg presses, leg curls, stair-climbers, and elliptical machines.
Reducing your thigh mass everyday: You need go the extra mile to achieve thigh fat loss; you just need to incorporate a few tasks to your everyday activity.
Believe it or not you could tone your legs while you're running responsibilities, driving the car or even while you're on your desk working.
You just need to tighten your gluteal muscles and your thighs as hard as you can go.
Do this whenever you have idle time or while you're thinking of that difficult report you're making.
Just tighten the thighs for around 15 seconds and repeat 10 times whenever you feel like it.
Losing that leg fat requires you to reduce your overall fat percentage.
To this you need to move more and eat less.
Cut down on your fat intake and resort to low fat foods.
Decrease your calories gradually.
Incorporate a few tasks in your everyday routine.
It takes time and effort but surely you can do it.
Every individual is unique so just be patient and be consistent and you'll certainly go a long way.