Chi Running Core Strengthening Series Part II – The Leg Lift

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Apr 3rd, 2009, 3 comments

Your lower back should remain in contact with the ground when your legs are lifting. When you’re in between lifts, allow your back to resume it’s normal curve.

Danny

 

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Phyllis Howard Apr 28th, 2009 02:57pm

Great exercise… how many do you recommend?  Should you build up to about 10 per session?

At this point I’m up to about 20 and I don’t think it’s really necessary to go much more than that.
DD

While you are lifting the legs, is the lower back pushed into the floor, or is there still a curve in the back?

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