Start on all fours with wrists under shoulders and knees under hips.
Your back should be straight, and your neck should be neutral.
Brace your core and draw your shoulder blades down your back toward your hips.
To start the move, simultaneously straighten and raise your left leg and right arm, keeping your pelvis and shoulders in a neutral position. Don’t raise or lower your head. Hold for 2 seconds.
Bend and lower your leg and arm down back to the starting position while maintaining stability. Then switch, raising your right leg and left arm. This is 1 rep.
Complete 6 repetitions, rest and perform 2 additional sets. You can increase reps of this exercise as you feel more comfortable.
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