Although fitness trends have come a long way since their inception there’s one that’s making a comeback.
Weighted arabesque: Stand with your feet hip-width apart and a dumbbell in each hand at your sides. From here, lift one leg just off of the floor to balance on one foot. Brace your core and hinge at your hips to tip your torso forward and raise your lifted leg straight behind you. The dumbbells should hang straight down in front of you, palms facing each other. Pause, then return to start.
Plank with knee tuck: Begin in a high-plank position with your body supported on your hands and toes, hands directly underneath your shoulders. Brace your core so that your body forms a straight line from the crown of your head to your toes. From here, bend one leg to bring that knee into your chest. Immediately, reverse the motion to return to start and repeat on the opposite side.
Side plank with bent lower leg: Get in a high side-plank position with your hand on the floor directly underneath your shoulder. Step the foot of your bottom leg behind you for balance. Focus on bracing your core so that your body forms a straight line. Hold, then lower your hips to return to start, and repeat on the opposite side.
Push up: Get on the floor in a low-plank position on your forearms with your elbows directly underneath your shoulders. Brace your core so your body forms a straight line from head to heels. From here, slowly bend your elbows so they flare out diagonally from your body as you lower your chest toward the floor. Once your arms form 90 degree angles, push through your hands to return to start, making sure to keep your body in one straight line.