Hi, I'm Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit. Today, we're going to do a couple of poses that strengthen the quadricep. For these, I like to use a core ball. So, we're going to start using taking that core ball three to four inches above the knees. Our feet are hips width apart, and we're going to, first, just engage our quadriceps as much as possible. You'll also want to use your adductors, so grip that core ball with your inner thighs. This engages all of the three parts of the quadricep muscle. Standing up nice and tall, from here, we're going to sit down into chair pose and extend the arms out. If you've got any shoulder issues, go ahead, bend your elbows. Let's hold here, hold for 10 deep breaths, squeeze that core ball and then when you're ready, inhale come up, and exhale into the pose. And, inhale, and exhale. And, inhale, and exhale, good. Inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale, and a few more times. Exhale, a few more times. Good. From here, we're going to move into a Warrior two position, separating the feet out three and a half to four feet apart. Our back toes are turned in towards our front toes. We're going to bend the knee and then, we're going to turn onto our back toes. So, what you've got here is your back quadricep is actually stretching. Your front quadricep is strengthening. We're going to take the arms over the head and hold this crescent moon pose. Lastly, transitioning into Warrior Two position, we're going to straighten the legs without locking out the knees, and bend back into the pose a few times. Check your alignment, here. Your knee should not move past your toes. You should really start to feel this in your quadriceps. Make sure you switch sides. I'm Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit and those are a few poses to strengthen your quadriceps.