Knee to Elbow
Boxing • 54s
Start standing, feet with your feet hip width apart and hands on the side of your head. Link your fingers behind your head for stability. Bring one knee up to your chest as you twist your body down, then bring your opposite elbow to meet it. Return to starting position. Repeat the same motion, bringing your other knee up and opposite elbow down. Engage your core as you twist inwards toward your knee, using this movement to bring your elbow in. When you find your groove, add a hop as you switch stance to alternate knees. Move continuously and pick up the pace!
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