The quadruped exercise in the Dynamic Core Stability Program will help build rotational core stability.
Begin on your hands and knees with your knees directly below your hip joints and your hands directly below your shoulder joints.
Assume a flat neutral spine with no arching in your back.
For a beginner, start with just extending one leg back and up. It helps to focus on pushing the heel of the extended leg up.
For an intermediate, you can start with extending one leg and the opposite arm, then bringing your elbow back to meet the opposite knee.
Perform 10 to 12 reps and do 3 sets daily or every other day.
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