This is a superhero move for sure: It works your entire core, booty, and back, which can help improve posture and ease lower-back pain, says celebrity trainer Larysa DiDio.
1 Lie facedown on a mat, legs stretched out straight behind you and arms outstretched in front.
2 Slowly raise your arms and legs up off the mat at the same time, keeping all of them as straight as possible and your face neutral (don’t look up or down).
3 Hold for 5 seconds, then return to starting position. That’s 1 rep. Do 8 reps.
Get more from Larysa in Prevention’s video program Tone Up in 15 (prevention .com/tone15)