Muscles worked: Primary muscles of the rear upper arm (tricep brachii), shoulder muscles (anterior, medial & posterior deltoids), abs (rectus abdominis), external obliques. Secondary muscles at front of upper arm (bicep brachii), wrists (hand flexors & extensors), chest muscles (pectoralis major), muscles over shoulder blades (trapezius), supporting your spine (erector spinae), muscles of your front thighs (quadriceps), back of the leg muscles (hamstrings), booty (gluteus maximus/medius/minimus)
1. Stand with your feet close together
2. Keep your legs straight and stretch down to put your hands on the floor directly in front of you.
3. Keeping your core tight, begin walking your hands slowly forward, alternating your left hand and your right hand.
4. As you move forward, try to bend only at the hip, keeping your legs straight.
5. Keep going until your body is parallel to the ground (in a push-up position).
6. Now, slowly take short steps with your feet, moving only a few inches at a time and walk your feet towards your hands
7. Continue walking until your feet are by your hands, keeping your legs straight as you do so.
BUNNY TIP: If you have tight hamstrings, this will cause a burn at the back of your legs. Not to worry, you are stretching this muscle out, which will help with back problems or posture problems. If you need to bend your knees a little, then do so, but not enough that there is no stretch of muscles of hamstrings. Keep your core tight as you walk out, don't let your belly hang which will cause stress on your lower back.