I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com, and this is a side-lying groin stretch. A groin or adductor stretch from a lying position is best performed on your back using Ki-Hara or resistance stretching. This will help to lengthen and strengthen in these muscles, improving the functional range of motion. Let me show you. Alright to perform the lying adductor stretch, come on to your back and extend your legs straight up overhead turning your thighs and feet outwards. From here, take your hands and grab on the inside of your legs and drop your legs out to the side. First build strength in the adductors by resisting lightly with your hands as you draw your heels towards one another and then relax out. Repeat that for three to four repetitions, relax out, strengthen, one more, relax out and this last one you're going to draw your heels towards one another, continue drawing the heels towards one another but win with the hands as you pull the legs apart, resisting the pull and stretching with the adductor complex. Get out to the end range of motion, then resist with the hands and squeeze the heels back towards one another, keep squeezing the heels towards one another as you then win with the hands, pulling them apart to a fully stretched position, repeat that for six to eight repetitions. I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com, and this has been the best seated or lying adductor stretch.