After working your abs so thoroughly, roll over onto your belly and do this stretch — it’ll feel sooo good.
- Lie on your stomach and bring your legs together so your knees are touching. Extend your arms straight out in front of you.
- As you lift your head up off the ground, slowly walk your hands in, keeping your hips and thighs on the ground, but gently arching your lower back. Walk them in as far as you want, keeping your elbows slightly bent. If your back is really flexible, you can begin to straighten your arms.
- Actively roll your shoulders back and down away from your ears, elongating your neck. Keep looking in front of you, or if you want more of a stretch, drop your head back between your shoulder blades.
- Stay here, opening through the chest, making sure to relax all your muscles (don’t clench your butt). After five deep breaths, slowly lower your chest back to the ground. Lay your arms next to the sides of your body and bring one cheek to the ground.