Bodyweight

Bodyweight Leg Adduction

Bodyweight Leg Adduction targets inner thighs, hips, and lower body muscles. Enhance stability, balance, strengthen lower body and increase range of motion. Ideal for overall leg toning and strengthening with no equipment needed.
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Bodyweight Leg Adduction instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Lie on your side with your legs extended straight out.
2
Rest your head on your lower arm, and stabilize your upper body with your top arm on the floor.
3
Raise your top leg slightly, then lift your bottom leg as high as you can, feeling the inner thigh working.
4
Slowly lower your leg back down to the floor.
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Repeat the exercise for the programmed number of reps, and then switch to the other side.
Lie on your side with your legs extended straight out.
Rest your head on your lower arm, and stabilize your upper body with your top arm on the floor.
Raise your top leg slightly, then lift your bottom leg as high as you can, feeling the inner thigh working.
Slowly lower your leg back down to the floor.
Repeat the exercise for the programmed number of reps, and then switch to the other side.
Equipment needed
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