This workout can be done on a stability ball or the edge of a couch or chair. We warm up the abs first so they can strongly support the back when we go into extension. Take t one step at a time, and if you ever feel strain in the lower back come out of the lifted position.
- Once you lift your hips, KEEP PRESSING THE BACKS OF YOUR ARMS INTO THE MAT – like you’re trying to puff your chest up. This stabilizes the shoulders and helps engage your core
- Make sure you’ve mastered bridge pose before even attempting the second half of this workout – you can always do the first half of the workout and then switch videos to finish with the bridge pose or bridge pose routine
- Keep tucking your pubic bone up to the sky to lengthen the low back