9. Kneeling Adduction:
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.
10. Stability Ball Squeeze:
Stability balls are exercise items that help tone and strengthen your core along with your chosen exercise. With this exercise I will show you how to target those inner-thighs.
How to do it:
- Laying flat on your back place a stability ball between your knees and hold it there. Now, with your hands placed by your sides and not moving, squeeze the ball with your knees.
- You will feel your inner-thigh muscles working really hard against the resistance of the ball.
- Don’t squeeze too hard, you’re just aiming to push until you feel a little resistance. You can work up to stronger squeezes over time.
- Relax your legs and return to the starting position without losing complete grip on the ball.
- Repeat this exercise for 1-2 reps of 25.