Learn How to Exercise the Upper Back and the Pelvis
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Legs open, we are going to our squat. Here we go. Three pauses, three, two, one, stand it up. Remember that posture? Two, one, upper back. Tucking the pelvis under. Now why am I making a new pose? Because it's harder, because you are ready for it. Because you want to wear shorts again. Because the bikini season is right around the corner maybe. Because you are tired of wearing sweats. Because you are ready to put away your maternity clothes. Yes, we are still squatting. I know I am counting. Two more. Of course you do. Yes, Erin I do. Press time. Alright, two, one and release.
Right, take it down. Push ups. Modified push ups. I used to call these girl push ups. I don't know why. We call them modified push ups. Now I don't want you on your kneecap, your patella. I need you above the patella. Last time, I let you go here. Now we are above the kneecap with the arms wide. We are going to go down and up. Remember that exhaling on the exertion. Inhale, exhale. You want to tone up your arms, do push ups. Eight, seven, six, five, four, don't jam your elbows up top. Two, and release. Good. God! Oh! I love those.
Take it over. Last exercise. Extend both legs up. Hand on the belly. Other arm is long. Open and close. Again, guys the inner thigh is your primary mover, but I am more concerned with that's having in the abdominal wall. Don't you puff it out. Don't you puff it out. Now if you don't have a lot of flexibility and this is excruciating under hamstrings go ahead and bend your knees a little bit. That's a nice variation. Still doing the mover, only not putting as much pressure on the hamstring and the lower back. Four more, try to get there though. Two, one, oh and release. Great. We did it.