Single Leg Slides, like Chest lifts and Dead Bugs, are another good starting point for those new to Pilates.

Whilst performing Single Leg Slides you are activating/strengthening your deep abdominals and hamstrings as well as increasing your pelvic stability and body awareness.

How to do Single Leg Slides

  • Begin on your back with knees bent. Exhale and slide one foot out along floor.
  • Inhale and hold.
  • Exhale and return to start position, imagining you’re dragging your heel through sticky mud.
  • Keep the pelvis still and back relaxed throughout.

You can do this exercise at home with minimal risk, depending on your body and any injuries you may have.

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