All 4’s Opposite Arm and Leg

Get onto your hands and knees. If your knees are tender you can put a soft pillow under your them. Tighten your abs. Extend one leg behind you straightening the knee, toes pointing straight down, with the foot just off the ground. Keep the back flat and the hips level. Raise the opposite side arm out to the side with the elbow bent to 90º and palm facing down. Keep elbow in line with your shoulder. Maintain a stable trunk during entire exercise. Repeat on the other side to complete one repetition.

All 4's Opposite Arm and Leg

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