26 Apr 3G Cardio AVT exercise tips: adductor stretch
The adductor muscle is the prime mover when moving your leg inward, with the best example of this when you’re sitting and bring your knees together.
The muscle starts in the pubic bone and inserts on the top of the femur.
It’s easy to develop tight adductor muscles because sitting for long durations can weaken the muscles.
With minimal work a few times a week, though, you can keep your adductor muscles well-stretched and even strengthen them.
You can get an excellent stretch for the adductor muscles with the 3G Cardio® AVT™ 3.0, 5.0 or 6.0 Vibration Machines. This will help you feel more flexible whether you’re doing sports, weightlifitng, yoga or basically any other activities. These stretches can also help reduce pain from exercising or working out.
To stretch your adductor muscles, stand sideways on the 3G Cardio® AVT™ Vibration Machine with your feet near the support column. Place the outside foot on the floor close to the plate so legs are apart. Bend the outside leg while keeping the other leg straight. While keeping the upper body straight, lower your buttocks to the floor. This exercise will stretch the insides of your thighs. Repeat on the opposite side.
If you are unfamiliar with this exercise, practice off the vibration plate first to get the hang of it.