Hey, I'm Layla, and I'm going to show you how to work your inner thighs with a resistance band. You can start off with your resistance band underneath one foot. You're just going to hold onto those handles nice and tight, bringing them all the way up by your waist level. This way you create resistance on that leg. Simply, you're just going to take that leg and swing it from side to side here, right in front of you.
You're going to open the leg all the way up out to the side. It's going to get into that hip area. Then you're really going to focus on squeezing your inner thigh as you swing it across your body right in front of you. Make sure you really focus on swinging that leg as far in front of you as you can. It's going to feel like a pinch in that inner thigh area. You're going to take it out to the side and then swing it right in front, really keeping that resistance band tight.
You want to keep it up by that waist level the entire time, taking it out, swinging in front, taking it out, swinging in front. You want to make sure that you upper body is nice and upright, your shoulders are rolled back, your chest is up, your abs are tight. This way, when you take the resistance band out to the side, you're not shifting your weight from side to side and you're keeping all the tension in that inner thigh area.
Same thing with that other leg. Hook the foot underneath the band, pull up on it, keep the band waist-level. You're going to take it out to the side, and then swing right in front of you. Out to the side, swing that leg right in front of you. Really focus on squeezing that inner thigh area. Out, and in front. Out, and in front. That's how you work your inner thighs with a resistance band.