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You are watching: Quadruped arm and opposite leg raise
If you have back pain or weak/tight core and back muscles, then try a quadruped opposite arm leg extension. It”s a great exercise to help strengthen your back and core and to help relieve back pain.
To perform a quadruped opposite arm leg extension:
Get on all fours in quadruped. Keep your back straight and your hips in a neutral position.
Lift one arm straight out in front of you while kicking your opposite leg straight out behind you. Slowly come back down. Then repeat with the other side.
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