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Side Leg Lift
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Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALie on right side with right leg bent at a 90-degree angle and left leg extended out at a 45-degree angle behind hip.
  2. BKeeping abs engaged and left foot flexed, lift left leg up and down an inch.
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20 Minutes to a Dancer’s Dent
Side Leg Lift A
Side Leg Lift B

Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALie on right side with right leg bent at a 90-degree angle and left leg extended out at a 45-degree angle behind hip.
  2. BKeeping abs engaged and left foot flexed, lift left leg up and down an inch.
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Leg Circle
Leg Circle A
Leg Circle B

Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALie on right side with right leg bent at a 90-degree angle and left leg extended out at a 45-degree angle behind hip.
  2. BKeeping abs engaged, make small clockwise circles with left leg. Switch to make counterclockwise circles after 30 seconds.
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Kick Back
Kick Back A
Kick Back B

Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALie on right side with right leg bent at a 90-degree angle and left leg extended out at a 45-degree angle behind hip.
  2. BKeeping abs engaged, kick left leg straight up toward the ceiling (about 5 inches). Lower leg to starting position.
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Knee-Up
Knee-Up A
Knee-Up B

Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALie on right side with right leg bent at a 90-degree angle and left leg extended out at a 45-degree angle behind hip.
  2. BBend left knee deeply toward chest, avoiding rounding spine or moving hips forward and backward. Extend back to starting position.
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Clamshell
Clamshell A
Clamshell B

Recommended:

Sets:
2 per side
Reps:
AMRAP for 1 minute
  1. ALoop a resistance band around legs just above knees. Lie on right side with knees bent and stacked, and heels in line with glutes.
  2. BKeeping hips facing forward and heels together, lift left knee as high as possible, engaging core and glutes the entire time. Lower to start position.
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