Not very good at this ‘bear crawl’ fitness exercise

Not very good at this 'bear crawl' fitness exercise. 
At least I tried my best! 
What a meany trainer! @sportsperformance86 ha! ha!

This was at the end of 20 mins HIIT boxing workout and then doing these bear crawls up and down the garden 4 x over. 
So maybe that could be why I look so rubbish at this?
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At least I tried my best!
What a meany trainer! @sportsperformance86 ha! ha!

This was at the end of 20 mins HIIT boxing workout and then doing these bear crawls up and down the garden 4 x over.
So maybe that could be why I look so rubbish at this?
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Waking up the glutes

Waking up the glutes.

When in rehab after a knee ligaments injury and little or no exercise for weeks- it's best to get the basic core strength muscles activated before launching back into the same advanced levels of exercise as before.

Repetitions increase daily.

The instructions are in the video voice-over together with my actions. With thanks to Tessa @bh_beyondhealth

When in rehab after a knee ligaments injury and little or no exercise for weeks- it’s best to get the basic core strength muscles activated before launching back into the same advanced levels of exercise as before.

Repetitions increase daily.

The instructions are in the video voice-over together with my actions. With thanks to Tessa @bh_beyondhealth

Training today Its all about the core

Training today
Its all about the core.

This exercise helps improve core stability. It's important to try to keep the hips equally aligned, the back in line with the leg and arm and not wobble!  Head and neck should also be aligned with the back not looking up or down. Mine I've noticed is slightly too raised.

This exercise helps improve core stability. It’s important to try to keep the hips equally aligned, the back in line with the leg and arm and not wobble! Head and neck should also be aligned with the back not looking up or down. Mine I’ve noticed is slightly too raised.