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Towel

Spoon

Spoon

A.

Start sitting in a chair on a smooth surface, heels on a towel. Grip hands around the seat and lift off the chair, butt elevated and spine straight. Keeping arms straight, lean forward so torso and legs form a 90-degree. In a slow, controlled movement for 4 counts, flex feet and pull the hips up toward the ceiling. On the 4-count-out, push the hips down and feet forward.

B.

For an added challenge, add a triceps dip in between reps.

Carriage Kicks

Carriage Kicks

A.

On a smooth surface, start in a lunge position with the right leg in front and left leg behind, foot on a towel. Squat down and hold this position with the front leg, making sure the knee does not go forward beyond the toes. Slide the left foot back until the leg is almost straight (but not locked), then slide the left foot back in until the left knee is directly below the left hip. Keep this movement going on a 4-count-in, 4-count-out basis. Do one 2-minute set, then repeat on the opposite side.

B.

To mimic pulling the weight of the Supra carriage, add 2.5-pound ankle weights and slip a resistance band around your legs. Place the band right below the front knee, and above the back of your rear knee.

Catfish

Catfish

A.

Start by selecting a sturdy piece of furniture, and a smooth floor surface (e.g., tile or hardwood). Facing the chair, place hands on the sides of the seat with straight arms. With a 90-degree angle between your hips and the floor, place your feet on a towel, balancing on the balls of feet with a slight bend in the knees. Pull your knees in toward elbows on a 4-count-in. Then, staying on the balls of feet, sliding your feet out on a 4-count to return to start.

B.

To mimic the Supra's different incline levels, use a set of stairs to place your hands and different heights, keeping feet on a towel on the ground.

Bear

Bear

A.

On a solid, bare floor (e.g., tile or hardwood) start in a high plank position with shoulders over wrists and feet on a towel. Pull the knees into your chest without arching hips, keeping back as flat as possible. Continue this movement with a slow 4-count in and 4-count out for 2 minutes without pausing.

B.

To mimic the resistance and pull of the Supra machine, add a pair of 2.5-pound ankle weights.

Spoon

Spoon

A.

Start sitting in a chair on a smooth surface, heels on a towel. Grip hands around the seat and lift off the chair, butt elevated and spine straight. Keeping arms straight, lean forward so torso and legs form a 90-degree. In a slow, controlled movement for 4 counts, flex feet and pull the hips up toward the ceiling. On the 4-count-out, push the hips down and feet forward.

B.

For an added challenge, add a triceps dip in between reps.

Catfish

Catfish

A.

Start by selecting a sturdy piece of furniture, and a smooth floor surface (e.g., tile or hardwood). Facing the chair, place hands on the sides of the seat with straight arms. With a 90-degree angle between your hips and the floor, place your feet on a towel, balancing on the balls of feet with a slight bend in the knees. Pull your knees in toward elbows on a 4-count-in. Then, staying on the balls of feet, sliding your feet out on a 4-count to return to start.

B.

To mimic the Supra's different incline levels, use a set of stairs to place your hands and different heights, keeping feet on a towel on the ground.

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Testing Another Longer Exercise Here For Fun

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Here's The Second Test Exercsie

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Here's The First Exercise

Here's The First Exercise

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