Welcome back! This week, we’ve posted an exercise with a similar intent as last week’s “Running Man.” Although this looks very easy, it’s deceptively hard when done correctly. The keys to this exercise being effective are: 1) Not letting the hips roll backward as you raise the leg (if you feel like you could do 100 of these with no problem, you’re probably doing this). 2.) Make sure you have only a slight angle at the knees. 3.) Don’t let the feet separate as you raise the leg. 4.) Do the entire movement slowly, with a 1 count while raising the knee and a 3 count as you bring the knees gently together (don’t let the knees “crash” together and keep the muscle tensed throughout the whole movement). Have fun!