Yorktown Heights-based personal trainer Sloane Davis, owner of Pancakes and Push-Ups, tells you how:
Place your feet shoulder-width apart. “Thighs should be down as far as possible, aiming to be parallel to the floor.” Push through your heels to stand back up.
“Step forward with one leg, lowering your hips until both legs are at a 90-degree angle.” Keep chest up, shoulders back, and face forward. Then push back to the starting position.
Lie face-up on the floor,
with feet flat and heels pressed down, arms at your sides. “Lift your hips, pull your glutes to the ceiling, squeeze hard, then lower them down.” Don’t arch your back!