“We always stretch out before a workout, but we have to keep stretching throughout the day,” says Durban. “We have to stay loose and limber in case we have to jump into action.”
Raise your left arm over your head, then bend your elbow so your left hand drops below your head. Place your right hand behind your left elbow and gently pull your left arm over and down. Repeat with opposite arm.
Sit on your heels and place your hands on the floor, a few inches behind your butt — fingertips pointing away from you. Tilt your pelvis upward, tucking your tailbone and raising your hips and chest as high as you can.
Lie flat on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place your left ankle on top of your right knee. Keeping your shoulders on the floor, lower your knees to the right. Switch legs and repeat.
Lie facedown with your hands on the floor. Your legs should be straight and the tops of your feet flat on the floor. Press yourself up by straightening your arms, keeping your legs and hips flat on the floor.
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