|Lie flat on your back on the floor, legs together. You can place arms by sides as shown, or place hands palms down under your lower back or hips.|
|Raise your legs together. You can bend your knees if using your legs straight out is too hard.|
|Raise legs almost vertical, but not quite. This keeps the tension on your stomach, hips and thighs - and it prevents strain on your spine. Return to starting position. Do not let feet touch the ground between repetitions!|
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