Marina Papazian

Marina Papazian

Marina Papazian
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Lie facedown with knees bent and open to sides, feet flexed and heels pressed together. Bend elbows and stack hands so that you can rest forehead on top. Keeping heels touching, squeeze glutes and lift thighs off the floor. Lower back to the starting position; repeat.

Lie facedown with knees bent and open to sides, feet flexed and heels pressed together. Bend elbows and stack hands so that you can rest forehead on top. Keeping heels touching, squeeze glutes and lift thighs off the floor. Lower back to the starting position; repeat.

Lie facedown with knees bent and open to sides, feet flexed and heels pressed together. Bend elbows and stack hands so that you can rest forehead on top. Keeping heels touching, squeeze glutes and lift thighs off the floor. Lower back to the starting position; repeat.

Lie facedown with knees bent and open to sides, feet flexed and heels pressed together. Bend elbows and stack hands so that you can rest forehead on top. Keeping heels touching, squeeze glutes and lift thighs off the floor. Lower back to the starting position; repeat.

Lie faceup with knees bent and feet flexed so that just heels remain on the ground, arms down by sides. Engage abs and lift hips off the floor. Slowly lower tailbone to the floor and lightly tap down before lifting back up into bridge.

Lie faceup with knees bent and feet flexed so that just heels remain on the ground, arms down by sides. Engage abs and lift hips off the floor. Slowly lower tailbone to the floor and lightly tap down before lifting back up into bridge.

From an all fours position, bend elbows to the floor below shoulders and clasp hands together. Bend left knee behind right, curling left heel in closer to body, pointing toes.

From an all fours position, bend elbows to the floor below shoulders and clasp hands together. Bend left knee behind right, curling left heel in closer to body, pointing toes.

Lie on right side, with right elbow bent under shoulder, lifting ribcage away from the floor with hips stacked and knees bent at 90 degrees in front of hips. Extend top leg straight in front of hip, foot flexed.

Lie on right side, with right elbow bent under shoulder, lifting ribcage away from the floor with hips stacked and knees bent at 90 degrees in front of hips. Extend top leg straight in front of hip, foot flexed.

Stand on right leg with knee slightly bent, left leg extended behind hip with toes lightly tapped on the floor, both hands behind head. Keeping weight in right foot and spine naturally straight, hinge forward from hips and lower chest until parallel to the floor.

Stand on right leg with knee slightly bent, left leg extended behind hip with toes lightly tapped on the floor, both hands behind head. Keeping weight in right foot and spine naturally straight, hinge forward from hips and lower chest until parallel to the floor.

Stand on right leg, left leg extended out to the side slightly in front of body (aim to the front corner of the room), foot flexed, with hands behind head.

Stand on right leg, left leg extended out to the side slightly in front of body (aim to the front corner of the room), foot flexed, with hands behind head.

EXERCISE

EXERCISE

Begin in a full plank position with hands on the edge of a chair seat, arms lined up directly below shoulders, feet together. Brace abs tight and point left foot. Extend left leg behind hip, and avoid letting hips sag.

Begin in a full plank position with hands on the edge of a chair seat, arms lined up directly below shoulders, feet together. Brace abs tight and point left foot. Extend left leg behind hip, and avoid letting hips sag.

Begin in a full plank position with hands on the edge of a chair seat, arms lined up directly below shoulders, feet together. Brace abs tight and point left foot. Extend left leg behind hip, and avoid letting hips sag.

Begin in a full plank position with hands on the edge of a chair seat, arms lined up directly below shoulders, feet together. Brace abs tight and point left foot. Extend left leg behind hip, and avoid letting hips sag.