While bending your left leg, enable your right knee to descend toward the ground.
Position yourself two feet away from a substantial settee or chair, back facing the bench.
Position yourself at the end of a long hallway or room. Make a forward stride with your right foot.
The left knee is bent until the quad is parallel to the floor, and the right knee is allowed to descend.
Stand with feet slightly wider than pelvic width and toes pointed slightly outward.
Impact through the soles of the feet, extend the legs, and erupt off the ground.
Assume a kneeling push-up position on the floor with your palms extended under your shoulders and knees under your hips.
Return to the beginning and repeat on the opposite side.
Lie flat on your back with flexed knees, level feet, and arms at your sides.
Contract your glutes and raise your pelvic as high as possible. After five counts, relinquish the hold.
Position your ankles shoulder-width apart. Raise your right leg in front of you while bending your left knee and lowering your pelvis toward the ground.
Reduce as far as possible while maintaining proper form. Return to your feet.