Squeeze the muscles in the back of the legs and butt to lift hips off the ground while keeping right leg extended toward ceiling (pictured). Slowly return to the start position, keeping right leg lengthened. Repeat on same leg for one full minute. Switch sides.
Tip: Try to keep both hips as level as possible by activating the glutes. Pull your abs in tight to protect your back. Use your foot, shoulder blades and arms for support—not your head or neck.
Begin standing with feet hip-width apart, toes pointing forward, back straight and arms extended in front of shoulders (or on hips). Relax shoulders away from the ears. Engage the core, pulling belly button toward the spine.
Starting on right leg, take a large step back to create a wide stance between the feet, making sure both feet still point directly forward. Slowly bend both knees, working toward a 90-degree bend, lowering the body toward the floor (pictured). Straighten legs and step forward to starting position to complete one rep. Repeat on same leg for one full minute. Switch sides.
Tip: Step back far enough that as you bend your knees, they don't bent past your front toes. Hold onto a wall or chair for balance if needed.
Begin standing with legs and toes turned out from the hips, feet in a wide stance (wider than hips), back straight and hands on hips.
Keeping back straight, bend both knees (making sure they're pointing in same direction as the toes) and squat down, aiming for thighs to be parallel to the floor (pictured). Straighten legs to complete one rep. Repeat for one full minute.
Tip: Bend from the knees—not the hips. Your back should remain upright and straight in this style of squat. Take feet as wide as you need to in order to achieve a wide-leg squat and full range of motion.
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