Rotational March

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To do the Rotational March, stand tall and place your fingertips lightly behind your head with your elbows open out to the sides. Do not pull on your head.

March one knee up and as you do, twist your core to rotate your elbow toward your knee. Don’t round way forward to crunch your elbow toward your knee. Draw them as close together as you can then lower the leg back down as you come back up nice and tall.

March the other knee up and twist the opposite elbow toward your knee. You may slightly crunch your upper body to reach your elbow toward your knee, but do not round over. Also, make sure to keep your elbows wide as you twist. You don’t simply want to flap your arms to bring your elbow and knee together. Feel your core working as you rotate.

Move quickly alternating crunches to each side.