Inner Thigh Squeezes
Adductors (Inner Thighs) | Nichole Mellison
This adductors (inner thighs) exercise will help you firm your legs, focusing on the inner part of your legs from groin to knees. Because your feet are on the floor, you should have plenty of support, so this is likely a good exercise for beinners. That doesn’t mean this adductors exercise will be easy, just that you might want to perfect this exercise before moving on to more advanced exercises. However, during most floor work, we believe it’s best to activate your abs to press your lower back into the floor for additional core support. Doing so, means you’ll be working more than just one muscle group. Efficiency is important.
The AbStar Core Trainer will offer the resistance for this exercise. The harder you squeeze and the stronger you become, the more resistance the AbStar AIR will offer. As always, watch Nichole for proper technique.
About Nichole Mellison
Nichole has been a successful personal trainer in the Los Angeles area for over 9 years. She is a WBFF Bikini Pro Fitness Model and the owner of a mobile personal training business, Workout on Wheelz. Nichole specializes in senior fitness, private one-on-one training, and competition prep.
About the AbStar Core Trainer
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Disclaimer: Check with your doctor before beginning any exercise or nutrition program. The opinions contained herein are the opinion of the author only. Use at your own risk.