Keep a medicine ball (or a dumbbell) weighing 5 pounds in your hands. Keep your body in a V form as you swivel from left to right and back with the ball in your hands.
Face up, place your left foot flat on the floor, bend your left knee, and stretch your right leg toward the ceiling.
Put your hands behind your head and your legs at a 90-degree angle, then lie on your back with your abs tight.
Get down on all fours with your toes tucked under and your back straight. Tuck in your belly button, tighten your abs, and bring your knees up off the floor approximately two inches.
Put a 3-pound dumbbell between your feet and lie on your back with your legs bent. You should put your palms down under your sitting bones.
Stretch out on a stability ball, feet flat on the floor hip-distance apart. For stability, rest the tips of your left fingers on the floor while placing your right hand behind your head.
Place your hands on a mat in front of your hips while you sit on the floor in a relaxed cross-legged pose. Lift your lower body off the floor.
Put your feet flat on the floor, bend your knees, and place your hands on the floor in front of you for support. Your lower legs should be parallel to the floor with your knees bent.
Without moving your upper body, shift your hips to the right, then return to a standing position with your legs extended.
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