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Back-Leg Raise Exercise

Back Leg Raise

How to Do Back Leg Raises

1. Stand straight with your head up and feet together, toes forward. Place one hand on the back of a chair to help you balance while you do this movement.

2. Keep your right knee slightly bent, and stretch your left leg out behind you. As you stretch your leg, keep your toes pointed towards the floor. Lower your outstretched leg so your toes touch the floor.

3. Hold this position for a count of 5 and then lower your leg back to the starting positon.

Back Leg Raise Tip

Keep your butt tensed during this movement for best results. Make sure you keep your whole body faced forward, keep your head up and your back straight.

Back Leg Raises Repetitions:

First 2 weeks:
Do 1 set of 5-10 repeats, each side, 4 days/week.
Second 2 weeks:
Do 2 sets of 10-20 repeats, each side, 4 days/week.
Ongoing:
Do 3 sets of 20-30 repeats, each side 4 days/week.

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