Get down on your knees and elbows. Now straighten your legs, one at a time, so that you are supporting your body on your elbows and toes. Hold for 6 seconds. Over time, build up to 30 seconds. Rest for 10 seconds. Repeat 3 to 5 times.
Joan Rigg PT OCS
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