Start by being on your hands and knees. Hands should be right under your shoulders, and knees under your hips. Tuck your feet under so you are on your toes and then lift your knees off the ground about 1 inch. Without twisting your hips, move your right hand and left foot forward and then do the opposite of your left hand and right foot so you are moving forward. Perform suggested reps or distance.
What muscle(s) this exercise is for?
- Serratus anterior
- Transverse Abdominus
Why is this exercise important?
- Improves coordination and core stability when multitasking, as well as improves motor control patterns.
You should NOT do this if…
- Do not perform if this causes pain.