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Working those outer thighs. You want to take your feet to about hip width apart. You want to open up your thigh master and then you want to take it in, take it out and take it in. If you are new at this maybe just do ten to fifteen reps. If you are an old pro, like me, been doing the thigh master since nineteen ninety six, well you can go ahead and you can do a hundred while you are reading that book or watching TV, or in the passenger seat of a car. Sometimes at night, when I feel like I just haven't worked out that day, I'll just go grab my thigh master and just do some crunches on my thigh master. You can do up to, I do sometimes about a hundred and then I'll switch out go into the other one. And right now I can really feel this, I'm feeling it on my outside of my thighs and I'm actually feeling it on the inside of my thighs. Cause I'm contracting and contracting. You want to make sure you squeeze. Squeezing is very important. That way you can get a much greater results from your exercise. It's true in anything, even if you were kicking, you want to squeeze, squeeze and squeeze. And that is how you use the outer thigh master.