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standardmoves:

Single Split Leg Lift Variation
3 sets of 15 reps
Anna Carrieri
Grab 2 foam rollers, bringing them into an upside down T-shape. Start to lie back over the “T”, placing the length wise part under the spine, head resting on roller. Bend the knees in and bring the soles of the feet to rest on the other roller, top of the “T”. Bring the arms out to a T-shape with the palms facing down. Engage through the core and begin to lift one foot off of the roller, extending that leg straight so it hovers above the roller. Release the opposite side arm overhead, take a deep inhale and on the exhale begin to lift the extended leg and the extended arm, crunching up, reaching the finger tips towards the toes. Pause and squeeze through the core, then return to starting position. Continue on this side, going for 15 reps, then switch sides.
Good for core strength, balance and coordination.
Standard Moves presented by PUMA.
wehadfacesthen:

I love this gif of Marlene Dietrich but no one’s provided any sourcing of it. What film?

wehadfacesthen:

I love this gif of Marlene Dietrich but no one’s provided any sourcing of it. What film?

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standardmoves:

Plank Pose to Lunge
3 sets of 15 reps
Sharon Aluma
Start on hands and knees in tabletop position. Walk the knees back a few inches, curl the toes under and straighten the legs, coming into plank pose, top of a push up. Spread the fingers wide and bring the shoulders over the wrists, tuck the tailbone under slightly to bring the body into a straight line from heels to the crown of the head. Keep the backs of the knees lifting and the heels pressing back. Engage firmly through the core and start to bend and lift one knee into the chest. Bring the shoulders slightly past the wrists, so to balance on the tippy toes of the back foot. Keep drawing the knee in and lightly place the foot in between the hands to come into a lunge, without lifting the palms of the hands. Return to plank and switch sides.
Good for core and arm strength, balance and focus.
Standard Moves presented by PUMA.

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