Ready to get to work-in more ways than one? With a little the aid of Tracy Anderson herself, we now know how to bring her method to the office. All you need is a chair and a few minutes to perform the exercise routine she demonstrates within the video above. Want more detail about each one of the five moves? Scroll down for any breakdown of each exercise.
Standing Back Kick
Start standing behind a chair together with your hands sitting on the back of it, and your right foot around the seat. Raise your right foot up and with knee bent, rotate your leg to the right, then extend the leg behind you as your chest comes down toward the rear of the chair.
Deep Bend & Side Kick
With both hands still around the back of the chair, key to the right from it. With your feet together, squat as low as you can go and stand up. Then step your right foot across your body, and standing on your right leg, extend your left leg in a side kick.
Side & Inverted Kick
Lie across the seat from the chair on your right side, together with your right hip and thigh sitting on the seat, your right-hand on the floor, and your left-hand possessing the back of the chair. Both knees ought to be bent. Lift your left leg into the air and extend it. Then put your left foot on the ground and produce your left-hand down to the floor too, so it’s shoulder distance from your right hand, and extend your right leg in to the air.
Standing Knee Pull
To start, stand to the left side from the chair, rest your right forearm arm on its back, and put the fingertips of your left hand on the seat. Having a flat back, lift your left knee to 90 degrees, keeping your knee bent. Now extend your left leg behind you and also return it towards the starting position-that’s one rep.
Ballet Stretch & Plié
Rest your right ankle around the back from the chair and lean toward touch your toes together with your right-hand. Then bring your right leg into a pli squat, with toes pointed out and both hands sitting on the back of the chair.
Do 30 reps of every move, then repeat the series with the other leg.