Standing Leg Adduction With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Inner Thigh


If you want to tone your legs, you need to do more than just sit. It’s true that the legs are the most difficult muscle group to tone, but standing leg abduction (SA) with resistance bands can help you tone them. The leg muscles are long and hard to isolate, but SA is a great muscle builder. This is a great exercise that helps strengthen and tone the buttocks muscles  and the best part is that you can do this exercise in the comfort of your home. Get ready to get some core workout build up your strength.


Steps to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: Attach the anchor to the bottom of the door.
  • Bands: Attach a ankle strap to the band.

Body Position:

  • Wrap the ankle strap around your active leg’s ankle.
  • With your active leg closer to the door, stand 3 to 4 feet away from it.
  • Place a chair where you may use it for support if necessary.
  • Maintain a straight back, a straight head, a straight chest, and a firm stomach.
  • Begin by placing your active leg at a 45-degree angle to the ground.


  • Pull your active leg in until it’s in front of your stationary foot.

Exercise Tips

  • Keep your active leg straight.
  • Imagine yourself dragging the resistance from your heel.

Exercise Benefits

Standing Leg Adduction With Resistance Bands tackles the inner thigh’s difficult issue area. Strengthen your Adductors by training them against the world’s smoothest, safest, and most effective resistance: Bands! The burn is great, and the effects are even better.