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This unique adduction exercise uses the added resistance of gravity to challenge your inner thighs.
How to do it: Get down on your hands and knees with your palms flat on the floor and shoulder-width apart. Without allowing your lower-back posture to change, raise your right leg and bring it under your torso, crossing it in front of your left knee. Turn your right knee out to the side and place the outside of your right foot on the floor. Squeeze your inner thighs as you lift your right knee up off the floor, maintaining contact on the floor with your right foot. Lower your knee and then repeat, 15 times total on each leg.
Form tip: Make this move even more challenging by lifting your entire leg (not just the knee) off the floor as you perform the adduction.
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