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Band Lying Alternating Arm Leg Reach

The Band Lying Alternating Arm Leg Reach is a full-body workout focusing on core stability and balance. Lying down, you alternately extend one arm and the opposite leg for enhanced core strength, flexibility, and limb coordination. Also ideal for rehab exercises.
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Band Lying Alternating Arm Leg Reach instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Lie on a mat with your back flat, legs bent, and feet flat on the floor with a resistance band looping around your right hand and right foot.
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Extend your right arm and leg straight out so they're in line with your body.
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Reach your right hand and foot toward the ceiling, keeping your limb straight as you lift.
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Lower your hand and foot back to the horizontal position in a controlled manner.
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Repeat for the stated number of reps and then change to your left hand and foot.
Lie on a mat with your back flat, legs bent, and feet flat on the floor with a resistance band looping around your right hand and right foot.
Extend your right arm and leg straight out so they're in line with your body.
Reach your right hand and foot toward the ceiling, keeping your limb straight as you lift.
Lower your hand and foot back to the horizontal position in a controlled manner.
Repeat for the stated number of reps and then change to your left hand and foot.
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