For the Leg Raise from lying down exercise, it is important to keep your core engaged, especially when you are lifting your feet from the floor upwards. It is also important to keep your core engaged when your legs are returning and getting close to the ground again.

    1. Start by lying with your back flat on a ground and your legs extended in front of you.
    2. You then place your hands on your sides with your palms facing downwards.
      1. Start by lying with your back flat on a ground and your legs extended in front of you.
      2. You then place your hands on your sides with your palms facing downwards.
      3. You must exhale as you perform the leg lifting portion of the movement and then you must hold the contraction at the top for about second.
      4. As you then inhale, you slowly lower your legs down to the original starting position.

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