- Start on all fours with hands a bit wider than the shoulders.
- Walk the knees back a bit in order to lean your weight on the hands and flatten the back from the head down to the back of the knees.
- Pull the abs in and, keeping back straight, bend the elbows and lower body toward the floor until elbows are at 90-degree angles.
- Push back up and repeat for 1 to 3 sets of 10 to 16 reps.
- Don't lead with your chin. Keep your head down so that your neck is in alignment with the rest of your body throughout the movement.
- Avoid sticking the rear up in the air in order to make the exercise easier.