"This is a great whole body movement that works against gravity to challenge our stability by adding moving limbs," said certified trainer Cara Bonney, ACE, NSCA, lead instructor and master trainer for Club Pilates in McKinney, TX. "It's a great low-impact core move that helps improve stability without putting too much pressure on the joints," added NASM-certified trainer Jaime McFaden, a master trainer for Aaptiv.
- Get on all fours, with your knees under your hips and your hands under your shoulders. Remember to keep abs engaged and keep your back flat.
- Reach out with your right hand, and extend your left leg out behind you.
- Round your back and head to connect your right elbow with your left leg under your body. This completes one rep.