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This is the inner thigh master. The thing about the inner thigh master is there is a couple of different ways that you can actually use this on the inner thighs. Sometimes I like to just switch it up. Right now we are going to start off right here. We are going to hold it in towards my body. And we are just pushing in with those thighs. And I can feel it contracting particularly in the inside of my thighs which is exactly where it needs to be working. Now unlike the outer thigh master where I can actually feel it working the inner and outer thigh, this one I really feel it more in the inner thigh. You can see it just slipped. That's the one thing about the inner thigh master, is you kind of really have to hold it there in order to keep it in position. The other thing you can do with the inner thigh master is you can flip it this way and you got to bring it right there in your knees and push in and out. Still working those inner thighs, bringing it in and out. Repetitions to do if you are new, start off by doing ten, ten to twelve, if you have been doing it a while like me, nineteen ninety six I had my thigh masters, you can go ahead and do like fifty to a hundred reps. And again you can do those while you are watching TV or reading a book. And that's how you use the inner thigh master.