Mobility

Lateral Bear Crawl

The Lateral Bear Crawl targets the shoulders, chest, core, thighs, and glutes for a full-body workout. It boosts strength, agility, stability, muscle coordination, and flexibility. Also, it enhances endurance and cardiovascular health.
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Lateral Bear Crawl instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start in a tabletop position, with your knees under your hips and your hands under your shoulders.
2
Lift your knees a couple of inches off the ground, keeping your back flat.
3
Step your right hand and your left foot to the right simultaneously, following with your left hand and your right foot.
4
Once you reach the end of your space, repeat the movement in the other direction.
5
Keep your movements slow and controlled, ensuring your back remains flat and your hips stay level.
Start in a tabletop position, with your knees under your hips and your hands under your shoulders.
Lift your knees a couple of inches off the ground, keeping your back flat.
Step your right hand and your left foot to the right simultaneously, following with your left hand and your right foot.
Once you reach the end of your space, repeat the movement in the other direction.
Keep your movements slow and controlled, ensuring your back remains flat and your hips stay level.
Equipment needed
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Back
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