long & lean legs

Nike mas­ter trainer Eva Red­path’s lower­body ex­er­cises chal­lenge your bal­ance while en­gag­ing your core.

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eep­ing up with your tness goals doesn t co e with­out its hurdles. hen you hit a road­bloc in your train­ing and thin you re go­ing to gi e up, re ind your­self why you re do­ing this in the rst place, says a ed­path. on t be afraid to al­ter your goals. f you nd that so ething isn t wor ing, that doesn t ean you failed it eans you re hu an. That s not to say don t chal­lenge your­self it eans adapt, al­ter and ap­pro e.

1 sin­gle leg bal­ance with reach eight to 12 reps on each side x three sets The foot that’s ex­tended should not bear weight. Keep your hips square and stay low in your squat through­out the ex­ten­sion. This se­ries is rooted in bal­ance. An­chor your vi­sion to a sta­tion­ary spot or ob­ject to stay grounded.

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