Lie face up on a mat with your arms at your sides, palms down. Straighten your legs so they’re perpendicular to the floor and directly above your hips; if you lack flexibility, keep your knees slightly bent. Contract your abs to keep your lower back from arching. Maintaining strong abdominals, lower your legs until they’re at a 60-degree angle to the floor; hold for 5 seconds. Next, lower your legs a few more inches until they’re at a 45-degree angle to the floor; hold for 5 seconds. Lift back up to 60-degrees and hold for 5 seconds. Finally, raise your legs back up to the start and hold for five seconds before bending your knees into your chest to rest between reps.Tip –
To make this more challenging, increase the duration of the holds or place a light dumbbell or body ball
(medicine ball) between your feet for added resistance.
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