You’re hearing it here first: there’s a new way to progress past single leg before you get to double leg in a supine position!
It’s double leg supported
Now… don’t rush this. We want to make sure you feel supported all the way through the process while working on your diastasis recti and core stability, but this will help you with that in between step.
Let’s talk through it.
First of all, start here, like how Becca is lying in our supine series.
Make sure your shoulders, head, ribs, spine, and hips are all on the floor. If you struggle in any area, it must be supported somehow, with a pillow, rolled up towel, etc. Don’t skip this part or the work won’t make any sense.
Remember… if you’re new to me and you haven’t worked your way through my program, you’ll need to keep your head and shoulder on the floor.
Start with moving one leg at a time.
When you are ready to progress, here is the double leg supported instruction:
Be really mindful of the core engagement piece throughout this practice.
And you’ll be well on your way to a stable, functional core.
Do you like this new step? Does it help? Does it challenge you?
I’m here to help.