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Quadruped extension

Quadruped extension
COURTESY ADEFEMI BETIKU

This move adds an anti-rotational component to the core, which helps with stabilisation.

Start on all fours. Align your shoulders over your wrists and keep your knees in line with your hips. Breathe deeply, then extend your right arm and left leg straight out. Be sure to keep your shoulders and hips square to the floor.

Pause, then bring your right elbow towards your left knee, meeting at the centre of your body. Extend your arm and leg back out.

Repeat for 10 reps, then switch sides.

Now you’ve done you 6 Pilates exercises, you may want to go for a little stroll. Check out these 15 benefits you get from walking just 15 minutes per day.

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Source: RD.com

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