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This dynamic squat helps you build functional core and leg strength.
How to do it: Stand tall with your feet shoulder-width apart, arms straight out in front of you at shoulder height. Push your hips back, bend your knees, and lower all the way down to the floor. Allow your back to round and gently roll onto your back, tucking your knees into your chest, pulling them in with your hands. Pull your abs in toward your spine and focus on using your core, not just momentum, to rock yourself forward again. Press your feet back into the floor and return to standing. That's one rep. Try 10 reps total.
This is another one that's tougher than it looks. If you're not ready to stand all the way back up, start with just the rock and then return to a low squat position.
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