Lower-body unilateral exercise single-leg movements to engage your stabilizing muscles

Upright Plank: The first three postures listed are used for standing exercises.

If you are doing an exercise on the floor, use the first three positions to get into a neutral position. In addition to training your balance, you can also practice your abdominal muscles. Standing Back Lunge: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees. Press your weight into the floor. Lift your entire body straight up. Standing Side Leg Raise: From standing side to side, bend your left knee, place your left foot on the floor, and pull it straight back. Then pull your right knee back to your chest. Standing Trunk Lift: From the standing position, raise your right foot about two feet straight above the floor.

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The point of the right foot should be as close to the ceiling as possible without your arms. Hold for one count, then lower your right body. The arm movement should remain active throughout the movement. Standing Leg Crossover: From standing, cross your left foot over the right. Place your hands behind your back. Standing Side Bend: From standing, bend your left knee, bend your right knee, and place your left foot on the floor. Both knees should be bent. Standing Side Crunches: From standing, lift your right foot about two feet straight above the floor. The point of the right foot should be near the ceiling. Hold for one count, then lower your right body.

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The arm movement should remain active throughout the movement. Standing Hip Lift: From standing, lift your left foot to your left armpit. Standing Crunches: From standing, lift your feet as high as possible without changing the distance between the feet. Standing Wide-Grip Bench Sit-Up: From the standing position, sit up using a wide grip. Standing Side-Bend: From standing, bend your left knee and place your left foot on the floor. Your right knee should be bent. Standing Quadruped: From standing, place your feet together, and bend the knees. Standing Lying Leg Raise: From standing, raise one leg into an oblique position. Finish.