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This is a great exercise for working your deepest abdominal muscles. Repeat the exercise three times.
Rolling Like A Ball: Sit on the front of your mat with your legs hip-width apart and your hands holding your shins. Round your back, tilting your head in towards your navel and lean back slightly so your weight is balanced just behind your pelvic bones. Begin by inhaling and then rock backward
The Single-Leg Circle works your abs, hips, hamstrings. and your inner and outer thighs. Do 5 reps on each leg, first clockwise, then counterclockwise.
Designed by Alycea Ungaro, owner of Real Pilates in New York City, these 7 exercises are the foundation of Pilates. Eliminates lower back pain. ¿ Strengthens your core.
Do 100 pumps, or 10 full breaths. Keep your abs engaged throughout the workout. Works your abs and your inner thighs.
The Single-Leg Stretch works your abs and your obliques. Do between 5 and 10 reps for each side.
-The Spine Stretch Forward. Sit tall on your mat with your legs extended and your feet flexed and hip-width apart. Extend your arms out in front of your shoulders parallel with the floor, reaching toward your feet with your fingers. Without moving your hips or lower back, exhale and lower your head
The Side Kicks Front targets your abs and your butt. Do 10 reps on each side.