Wide to narrow squat
Starting a wide squat position, go down, and on the way up jump. Bring you feet close together, and land into a more narrow squat. Make sure to always keep knees at least behind the toes. Repeat landing in a wider squat.
Front, back Lunges
Step forward with you right leg and preform a lunge. Lower your body towards the ground until your knee makes a 90 degree angle. Push back up and return to starting position. Then take a step back with the SAME LEG and perform a reverse lunge. Make sure you are pressing from the heal of the front foot when doing the lunge. Repeat and then switch side.
Inner thigh, straight up lifts
Lying on your side, lengthen your bottom leg, and cross your top leg over. As you exhale, lift your bottom leg, and inhale as you lower it back down without letting it touch the floor. Your torso shouldn’t move while you do this. Repeat and then switch leg.
Raise both legs toward the ceiling and extend your arms on the floor at your sides, palms down. Inhale and tighten your core muscles. Curl your hips toward your ribs as you exhale, lifting your hips off the floor and reaching your feet straight up. Breathe in as you slowly lower your hips. Repeat
Lie flat on your back with your feet flat on the ground. Place your hands lightly on either side of your head. Take a deep breath. Exhale. Lift your chest off the floor only about four inches, your lower back should stay on the floor. At the top of the movement contract your abdominals hard and hold the contraction for a second. Come down slowly to the starting position as you inhale.
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