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A V-Sit not only works the abdominal and core muscles, but helps increase balance.

1.Sit on the ground with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. This is the resting position for the V sit balance. You will start and stop your sets in this position.

2.Use your hands to balance your body as you raise your feet off the floor. Make sure your legs are kept straight and together. Lift them about 10 to 12 inches off the ground and hold them in this position.

3.Set your balance in this position, lift one hand off the ground, and readjust your balance. Put your arm out to the side as far as you need to help balance on your bottom.

4.Lift the other hand off the ground and using your arms balance on your body on your bottom. Legs out straight and lifted about 12 inches off the ground, upper body lifted off the ground so that your body is in the shape of a V and using your arms to balance it all.

Keep working at it until you can maintain a balanced position for at least 60 seconds.

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Posted: February 06, 2018 by Niki Martino | with 0 comments


- Lie sideways on the floor and place your elbow underneath your shoulder, opposite hand on your hip. Extend your legs and stack your hips, thighs and feet.

- Lift your hips so you're balanced between your elbow and your feet, your body making a straight line through your head, hips and heels. Lock your core and hold, while continuing to breathe.

- Be sure to keep your toes pointing forward throughout the move.

* To increase the intensity, extend your top arm upward, keeping your supporting arm bent.

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Posted: February 06, 2018 by Niki Martino | with 0 comments
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