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These three core-focused moves will keep your body balanced and looking its best

These three core-focused moves will keep your body balanced and looking its best

Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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These three core-focused moves will keep your body balanced and looking its best

Nike master trainer Eva Redpath shares three core-focused moves that work the entire body and will have you looking—and feeling—beautifully balanced.

Stay hydrated! Water is an important part of your workout routine, so drink up before and after you sweat it out, and take a few sips during every short break while you exercise.

1. TWO-POINT BALANCE
Eight to 12 reps x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Begin in a high plank position with your hands under your shoulders and your feet hip-width apart.

1. Lift your right leg and left arm to bring them parallel to the floor.

2. Hold for three to five seconds, then return to the starting position. Repeat with your left leg and right arm.

2. PLANK WITH TOE TAPS
Eight to 12 reps x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Begin in a plank position with your elbows under your shoulders and your feet hip-width apart.

1. Lift your left leg and touch your toes to your right heel.

2. Hold for three to five seconds, then return to the starting position. Repeat with your right leg.

3. REVERSE TABLETOP TO KNEE DRIVE
Eight to 12 reps on each side x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Sit on the floor with your knees bent and feet hip-width apart on the floor. Place your hands behind you with your fingers pointing backward.

1. Lift your hips away from the floor.

2. Extend your right leg outward and bring your left hand behind your head, pointing your elbow outward.

3. Touch your left elbow to your right knee.

4. Reach your right leg and left elbow outward. Complete the reps with your right leg and left arm, then Return to the starting position before switching to the opposite side.

 

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