Hi, I'm Rachel Shuck, and these are some stretches for the adductor longus. This muscle is responsible for bringing your leg into the midline of your body. First, it's important to strengthen and then it's important to stretch this muscle in order to avoid things like groin injury. The first stretch we're going to do is you're going to take your hip, place it against the wall and then you're going to swing your legs up the wall and then gently let them fall open. You should feel a nice gentle stretch right along that adductor longus muscle. The second stretch we're going to do is you're going to get on all fours and then you're going to take your right foot out and let it slide out as far as you comfortably can until you feel a nice comfortable stretch. And then, you'll repeat on the other side. And there you have, those are some stretches for the adductor longus.