Hi, my name is Liza, and today we're gonna talk about non-weight exercises for the inner thighs. The inner thighs are also known as the adductors, and they're important muscles for helping support our inner leg engagement, and also for giving us stability for our lower back muscles to be supported. The first exercise is about stretching out the adductors. Start off by coming onto your back, and placing the strap around the ball of the left foot. The right leg is extended straight. As you inhale, reach up through the ball of the left foot, and on the exhale grab the strap in the left hand and let the leg come out at a left angle of 90 degrees. Taking eight to ten breaths as you hold and feel for reaching the ball of the foot forward to engage the inner adductors. The second exercise is about engaging and contracting the adductors. Bring the feet back to the glutes, and the feet are hips-distance wide. Place a block between the inner thighs and squeeze it to engage them. On the inhale, inhale into the chest, on the exhale tuck the tailbone and lift the hips skyward. Start to feel for an expansion through the lungs while contracting the inner thigh muscles. Take six to eight breaths here, and to come out of the pose, curl the pubic bone towards the navel and lower the upper, mid and lower back down.