Open up your groin. The adductors/groin is an area that can hold a lot of tension and lack adequate mobility. Prolonged sitting can be the culprit for many people. Here are four exercises that I like to do to effectively open up the inner thigh. . . 1️⃣ - First exercise is a medicine ball adductor roll. Simply roll your adductors all the way from your groin area down to the knee. Spend 1-2 mins each side. Be sure to breathe! . . 2️⃣ - Next exercise is my personal favorite positional stretch for the adductors- goalie stretch. Start in tall kneeling position and place one leg straight to side. Hold position for roughly 60-90 seconds slowly rocking back while stretching the inner thigh tissue. . . 3️⃣ - 3rd exercise is a sumo position hip hinge with a kettlebell. Weight can vary - but be in a sumo stance position and simply hinge down towards the floor opening up the groin. Perform 10-15 slow reps. . . 4️⃣ - Once those 3 exercises are done- I like to incorporate more of a dynamic movement to work into larger amounts of range of motion while mobilizing the groin tissue. This is where a slider and the lateral lunge can come in handy. Perform roughly 10 reps each side. . . 🐥- Once completed with the routine - your groin/hips should feel considerable loosened up and ready to go. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments! . .