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New Video!!! Beginnger Butt Part 1 

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Working out your inner thighs is vital in ensuring that your legs are in good overall condition. The inner thighs are the most neglected part of the legs, and many people fail to place sufficient importance on working out the inner thighs. There are many reasons that both men and women should spend time exercising their inner thighs:

Reducing the amount of excess flab or fat on the inner thigh can help make clothes fit better, reduce the chance of jock or heat rashes, and can help improve one’s overall appearance.

Strengthening the muscles of the inner thigh gives one more power to lift items with their legs, more power when kicking or running, and more strength in the legs overall.

Enhancing the flexibility of the inner thigh muscles helps to reduce the chance of injury, makes life easier, and can even enhance one’s lovemaking and sexual potency.

These are just a few of the simpler benefits of working out the inner thigh muscles, and it is vital that extra attention is paid to strengthening the inner thighs.

One of the best ways to work out the inner thigh muscles is by doing leg lifts. These leg lifts are exercises that use the weight of one’s legs to do the workout, and they are easy to do and require little in the way of coordination. Anyone can do leg lifts as an inner thigh workout, and the leg lifts can be done in any place where there is sufficient space.

Bless this post. Finally reasons to work the inner thigh OTHER than a thigh gap. 

^ Agreed, this is the truth for athletes, not just that “thigh gap”

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What are the odds that you can accomplish your dreams? What if you were given one in a million odds of making it happen? Would you give up? Aaron Baker was given a one in a million odds by his doctor of ever feeding himself again after a catastrophic spinal chord injury. Undeterred Aaron would start a journey to be that one in a million to beat the odds and reach his goal of reaching the Para Cycling National Championships. Watch his story in the award winning documentary All That I Am

Aaron has since finished the Para Cycling National Championships, cycled across the United States Twice, and walked across Death Valley. Aaron has founded the Center of Restorative Exercise so that others could receive the same kind of training he received to make his recovery. His center has since changed the lives of countless people who were counted out after strokes, spinal chord injuries, MS, Cerebral Palsy and other debilitating diseases and disorders.