This week's exercise is single-leg raises. Single-leg raises are a beginner exercise that focuses on the strength of your abs and hips. The best part is it doesn't need any equipment.
How to do single-leg raises:
Lie down on your back, and put your hands beneath your hips for support.
Then lift your legs up together until they form a right angle with the floor.
Slowly bring one of your legs back down to the floor slowly (not letting it hit the floor).
Bring it back up to your other leg so they are both at a right angle and repeat alternating legs.
Tips for single-leg raises:
Maintain the natural curve in your lower back as you lower your leg.
Make sure you keep your head and shoulders on the floor throughout the movement.
Don't allow your leg to touch the floor when you lower it.
I hope this how-to has helped you and you will try single-leg raises in one of your workouts real soon.
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