This exercise is called the Psoas March and it’s really great for increasing your hip flexor strength with your core and also with giving you that explosiveness and is really awesome if you have issues with your SI joint and your hip joint. So we’re going to start off by actually having Vivian lying down flat on the mat and she wants to make sure that her low back is nice and flat; So that’s what the hands going to feel for so there’s no arching of the lower back. And you want to have this hands just below the belly button and that’s just going to help you engage that core a little more and you’ll feel a facilitation of that transversus. And you’re going to bring both knees up: So you want to have them up above ninety degrees… So here’s ninety and you want to go a little further. And then you’ll be wrapping a band around your feet and with the band you want to have it around the feet like this with the legs out a little bit with tension and parallel so they’re like train tracks. So you’re going to start in this position. The hardest part it is going to be maintaining the knee that isn’t moving up so it doesn’t move down with the other leg. So you’re going to start by holding this knee up while pressing down with this one all the way down… nice, and come back up nice and slow. Great! And Alternate. So all the way down… and then all the way back up. Great! And then.. that’s one… So do one on each side. Great! Keep Breathing… keep that core intact. Looks awesome Viv! Come back up. Thats’ two. Feeling good?! Good! This is your third one on the left. Awesome! And third one on the right. Great! So two more. Try to maintain that core with the back nice and flat… all the way down… and all the way up. Great! So this is the fourth one on the right. Ok, Last one. Great… and one more. All the way down. Great. Great! So bring your legs back down. So that’s just three sets of five. So you want to start off doing three sets of five and if you feel like you can up to three sets of ten then that’s what you want to work towards.