Believe it or not, those inner thigh muscles actually have purpose. Your adductors help you to do just about everything. They help you run, walk, go up and down stairs, sit, stand, etc. If your legs are moving, your adductors should be working. These muscles are key to keeping your lower AND upper body functioning properly, so when they are not doing their job, there can be major problems!
The adductors are the group of five muscles, which make up the inner thigh / groin: adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus, pectineus, and gracilis. These muscles are on the inside of the upper leg starting from the knee up into the hip region. These muscles are essential for total body functional movements, athletic performance, and injury prevention.
Unfortunately, there is a good chance that you have extremely tight adductors, possibly even painful when stretched and this is caused by lack of intentional movement. There is a more professional term for this and it’s called ‘inhibition’.
Inhibited adductors can be the root cause of almost any problem associated with your lower body or lower back and can even cause some issues with your upper body.
So that means that your favorite lower body movements (squats, deadlifts, and lunges) might not ever get you the adductors you want. Yes, they will definitely HELP, but what ends up happening is that your quads and/or hamstrings shape up, not your inner thighs.
And if you aren’t using adductor specific exercises then how do you think this muscle group will develop?
This is why I created this program and named it the Inner Thigh Solution just because it includes the necessary inner thigh exercises that have been proven to be exactly what you need.