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Push your body up until the entire weight rests on the palms and the toes, keeping your body as straight as possible. Lower yourself until you almost touch the floor and repeat. You can vary the way you do this exercise by adjusting the width difference between your palms.
This exercise will improve your balance by working your abdominal muscles. To do this exercise, lie on your back with your arms pressed firmly to your side. Lift your upper body and your lower body into a V position while you support yourself with your butt. Hold this position for as long as possible before going back to the starting point. Repeat the process.
This exercise improves the endurance of the entire lower back. It also activates the glutes making it very good for prevention of lower-back problems. To do it, lie on your right side. Your knees should be straight at this point. Support your upper body with the right elbow and forearm placing the left hand on the left hip. Contract your abdominal muscles while raising your hips so that the body forms a straight line from the ankles to the shoulders. Raise your left leg as high as possible and hold for half a minute. Repeat this several times and then change to your left side and do the same.