Hi, I'm Elmore McConnell, I'm Atlanta's best personal trainer. Today, we're gonna talk about groin stretches for youth catchers. Catchers spend 90 percent of their time in a crouching position. That's the reason why you should do your groin stretches every inning. The groin stretches are important in order to keep you from getting injured. If you do get injured you could be out for 3 weeks up to a month from baseball. Now some of the injuries are the exercises that would keep you from doing baseball of course would be jumping, lateral movement, and sprinting. So if you injure your groin no more lateral movements, no more sprinting, and no more jumping. This is the first exercise. Bring your heels to your butt, chest out back straight, elbows on the inside of your leg, push down. You're gonna feel this down your inner thigh close to the groin area. You're gonna hold these stretches for 10 seconds up to 15 seconds before exercise. The next exercise you're gonna bring your heel to the inside, push down, again you're gonna feel it on your inner thigh. From there you're gonna transition to your other leg, heel to the inner thigh, push down, and you want to make sure that you feel it in the groin area. The next position gonna come forward and you want to make sure that you're elbows go on the inside of your thigh. Push and make sure you feel it on the inner thigh of your groin area and this is gonna keep you from having groin injuries.