Hi, I'm Christine King. And let's talk about an outer hamstring workout. There are four parts to your hamstrings, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, and the short and long head of the bicep femoris. The short and long heads of the bicep femoris are the outer part of your hamstring. And in order to work them, we need to bend the knees. So, your workout needs to consist of some knee bending activities. So, the first one we're going to do is a slight bent knee deadlift. Your feet will be parallel and you'll hold some light hand weights into your hands. And from the hips, you're going to hinge forward as your knees are slightly bent. With flat back going down as far as you can and then, coming up to a straight back. The next activity is a hamstring curl. This is fun because you get to use the stability ball and you're lying on your back with your feet up on the ball. You raise your hips up as high as you can from the floor and you simply curl your knees in and out. It's really important that you keep your abs tucked in very tight, so you protect your back. And then, the final two is the forward lunge. Taking a step forward into the lunge, bending the back knee and stepping back, doing about eight to ten repetitions on each side. And a side lunge is a nice mix as well. Taking large step to the side and the stepping leg is the bent knee and the other leg is very straight. And then, stepping together. That way you'll get a full hamstring workout with an emphasis on the outer hamstrings.