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    Instructions 1. Lie on your belly, with the forearms flat on the floor, elbows under the shoulders, chin on the floor and legs together. 2. Press ...

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    Instructions 1. Lie on your belly, with the chin on the floor, legs together and arms alongside the body, with the palms down. 2. Rock the ...

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