Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and this is moves to stretch your thighs. When working out your legs it's important to always stretch your thighs in order to keep a balance between strength and flexibility. Try to stretch your thighs, your glutes and your hips in order to improve your performance in daily activities as well as sports. Our first move to stretch our thighs is a sideline quad stretch. So come lie down on your side, I'm on my left side and slightly bend your left knee for some support and you can balance your head and your neck with your left hand or you can lie it down on your arm. I'm going to put mine on my hands and then reach around on your right hand and grab onto the ankle of your right foot. Start with the knee forward, tuck the abs in and draw the tailbone down so your pelvis is in a neutral position and then with your arms, begin to pull your hip back. So once you find that stretch make sure you stay there for about 30 to 60 seconds. You want to repeat anywhere from three to five times. This is a static stretch. We're just going to hold and breathe into it. The next move we're going to do to stretch our thighs is called Virasana. It's from yoga and you want to take your thigh bone and line it up with the center of your hip. So for some people that's going to mean coming all the way together and for others it will have a little space between the knees and then turn the feet out so that they are coming out from an angle from your knees and then you're going to gently sit back so your buttocks come down right between the heels. Now, if your knees or hips or thighs are too tight a variation to support them and not strain yourself to take a towel or a pillow, some sort of hoister and put it underneath of your hiney and then just sit back on it and that will take out the tension in the knees or the hips.