How to do a Dead Bug Alternating Psoas March

By August 21, 2019February 6th, 2022No Comments

How to perform a Dead Bug Alternating Psoas March with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

This exercise is a great way to strengthen your hip flexors while giving them a stretch to improve or maintain range of motion. If you have tight hip flexors and many of us do, this exercise is for you.

1. Lie face up with arms fully extended above us in line with your shoulders. Bring our legs to tabletop position, knees bent and lower legs parallel to the floor. Place a band around your feet.
2. Breathe into your lower abdomen to stabilize your lumbar spine.
4. Move one foot out as though to straighten it. Brace core while we reach one leg out against the banded resistance. Do not allow your rib cage to lift as you move your leg. Maintain contact of your back to the ground.
5. Bring it back to the starting position.
4. Repeat alternating legs.

——————————- LEARN HOW TO LIVE A HAPPIER & HEALTHIER YOU ———————————–
*** Try our app, first month FREE: ***
Train anywhere, any time.

Plus subscribe so that you don’t miss any of our tutorials!

Connect with us:
PHONE: 778.887.0660


Author TurnFit

TurnFit Personal Trainers is founded by David Turnbull or “Coach David” – an experienced and successful Personal Trainer who strives to build happier, healthier lives every day. With a focus on holistic health, we pride ourselves on making a difference and were recently awarded the Top Choice Award for Personal Trainer in Vancouver for the 5th year in a row. Every trainer at TurnFit is committed and relentless in our pursuit to help you reach your health and wellness goals. It’s our mission to help you to build the skills, and mindset, it takes to feel successful in all areas of your life. We look forward to hearing from you! -David Turnbull

More posts by TurnFit

INFOFIT is our preferred Personal Training School. Digital Marketing and Web Development by SEO Soul.

Copyright © 2024 Turnfit Personal Training LTD. All rights reserved.

Contact | Privacy | Careers | Refunds