Start lying on one side and begin to float back, finding a slight balance, so to rest on the buttock. Lift the torso and straighten the bottom arm out in front of you, perpendicular to the body, placing the hand flat on the floor. Lift the top leg, keeping it straight and at a 45 degree angle from the floor. Extend the top arm straight out and also at a 45 degree angle, as if you are reaching for the toes of the top leg. Find your balance and start to lift the bottom leg towards the top leg, squeezing through the inner thigh and keeping the foot flexed. Return to start and continue move, keeping the core engaged to help with balance.Go for15-20 reps and then switch sides and repeat.
Standard Moves presented by PUMA.
I SWEAR TO GOD THIS IS IN STEVENS POINT
So I was upping my weight on leg press today, added a 35 on each side. It was super hard but not painful, so I did the full sets. I couldn’t figure out why it felt so ridiculously heavy. One of the plates the last guy left on was not a 45 but a 100. In short, I intended to go from 500 to 570 today but instead ended up doing 635. Whoah.