Hey, my name is Jay Jones, Celebrity Peak Performance Coach and Fitness Minister, and today we're going to demonstrate some inner thigh exercises for pregnant women. Now, when you're pregnant, obviously you want to be careful, you don't want to go full steam ahead, like you've already been progressing prior to getting pregnant. I applaud your effort and your enthusiasm, but let's slow it down just a little bit, because you're carrying an extra bundle of joy. Now, we're going to gently start off our inner thigh workout with just a little stretch. So, what we're in, I'm in right now, is called the butterfly position. Most people are going to want to grab your feet, but I prefer you grab your ankles, not your feet. Because you see your elbows are right inside the thighs, we don't want to smash those thighs down, but we want to get slightly uncomfortable,breathing in through the nose, out through the mouth. In through the nose, keeping the back flat, chest up, shoulders down and back. We're going to hold this stretch for 30 seconds. Alright, then after this stretch, we're going to move directly to our real resistance exercise. We're going to go onto our hands and knees, this is called a triumphant kick, this is three moves in one. Now, first move, is a gentle donkey kick, you're going to feel it in your lower back, stretching that lower back and working that gluteus maximus, tightening and toning. Then, we're going to go with our hydrant kick. We're going to raise that knee nice and high, we're going to work again, the gluteus maximus. But this time, we're working the inner thigh.You'll feel it when you go up and down, and the hip. The last one, we're going to keep that knee raised nice and high and bam, bam, we're going to kick it out. And bam, when you feel your hamstring going this time, alright. Now, we're going to do the same thing on the other side, at least for 25 to let's say, ten to fifteen reps, ten to fifteen reps, alright. Do it, let me know how you feel. My name is Jay Jones, Celebrity Peak Performance Coach and Fitness Minister. And those are just a few exercises that pregnant women can do to help tighten and tone inner thighs.