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Suzanne Somers

Ode to the "Thigh Master" infomercial from everyone's favorite girl on "Three's Company." Regular squat but pointing your toes outward. Great exercise for inner thigh. Good form is keeping your stance wide, weight on heels, and back kept straight. Also submitted as... All pax circle up and on their six. Lay on right side with right arm stretched out above your head. Bend knees to bring feet toward your rear with heels in line with your spine. While maintaining this position, raise your left leg while keeping your knees bent, feet together and your right leg on the ground. Bring left leg back down to right leg to complete one rep. This can be done in cadence or OYO. Once you have done enough reps to feel those hip flexors and glutes start burning, flapjack and repeato while laying on your left side. These look almost as ridiculous as Monkey Humpers and result in a similar burn. Named after the star of the Thigh Master "fitness" craze commercials. Sure to get some mumblechatter flowing.

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