Do you want that gap between your thighs?
Do the inner thigh exercises and get the thigh gap!
Glider Side Lunge
This exercise works the legs and glutes, but as you slide your leg back to center, your inner thigh does all the work. You need one of those discs like the Valslide, but if you don't have one, just use the lid of a plastic container and do this move on a carpet. Or wear socks and try it on a wood floor.
Stand with your feet a few inches apart, with your right foot on the plastic lid. Make a fist with one hand and cup your other hand over it. Keep your hands in front of your chest throughout the exercise to help you stay balanced.
Put weight into your left leg, and as you slowly bend your left knee and squat down, slide your right foot out to the side. Then as you slowly straighten your leg, slide the right foot back in. Most of your weight remains in the leg that's not moving.
Complete three sets of 10 reps with each leg.
Sumo Squat with a Drag
Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, toes facing out. Squat and lower your butt to about the depth of your knees. Then, as you straighten your legs and return to standing, drag your right foot across the floor toward your left leg (you should feel it in your inner thigh as you pull your leg across you body). Repeat the move on the other side, this time stepping you tight leg out to the right, lowering into a squat, and dragging your left foot toward your right as you stand back up. Continue alternating sides for each rep. Do 10 to 15 reps for 1 set.
First-Position Plié Squat
Begin with heels touching and toes slightly turned out. (A) Keeping heels together, rise up onto your toes. (Hold on to a wall if you feel wobbly, but maintain posture.)
(B) Bend your knees into a half squat for two counts, then come back up in two counts, keeping heels together.
Scissor Legs Plank