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Spider walk

With no equipment necessary and only a little bit of floor space, the spider walk uses your own body’s resistance to work your entire body. It may seem awkward at first, but once you get it down, you have an exercise you can do anytime, anywhere! Targets: arms (triceps), butt, abs, legs.

Starting position: Lie on your stomach with your hands below your shoulders. Point your fingers forward and keep your elbows close to the side of your body. Look straight ahead, keep your shoulders pulled back and your abdominals engaged.

Crawl: Bend and drive your right knee forward out to the right side so that it’s level with your right hip or touches your right elbow. Place your foot on the floor. Lift up your left hand and move it forward the same distance your right foot traveled. From here, move the opposing limbs in the same fashion (left leg, right arm). Repeat 10 times on each side.

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