Stand tall with your feet wider that hip-width apart. Bend forward at the waist to grab your toes with your hands. Drop down into a deep squat while keeping your arms straight, elbows inside your knees, back flat, and chest up. While holding your toes, raise your hips back and straighten your knees until you feel a good stretch in the back of your legs. Reverse the movement pattern and return to the starting position.
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Ingredients 4 chicken breast or thighs (you can also use a whole chicken and cut it into pieces) 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning (Basil, oregano, parsley, etc.) 1 clove minced garlic Pinch of sea salt Pinch of pepper 8-10-ounce jar of pitted kalamata olives, drained 8-10-ounce jar of artichoke hearts, drained 1 ½ cups sliced mushrooms ½ cup of white wine (can sub chicken broth or tomato sauce for Whole30) Garnish: Fresh chopped parsley and chopped
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To complete this exercise, follow these steps: Stand in a ready position with your knees bent and hips back. Keeping your chest facing straight ahead, rapidly jump slightly off the floor and rotate your hips to the right as you move your arms to the left. Land and immediately jump back to your left, moving your arms to the right. Continue for a timed interval of up to 30 seconds