Boxing • 1m 31s
Start standing with your feet just over shoulder width apart, locking your knees and placing your hands on your hips. Move your upper body from left to right in this position. To begin your Hip Rotation, move your hips to the left, bending forward at the waist and keeping your back straight. Swivel your hips from left to right, coming up on each side as you pop your hips forward, away from your upper body. Rotate in and out, circling from side to side smoothly. Next, rotate clockwise in one full circular motion, bending forwards as your hips circle back. Circle back in the opposite direction, finding a full range of motion in each rotation.
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