The allover nip and tuck
Lie on the floor on your tummy. Push up on to your elbows (directly below shoulders) and knees, keeping your body in a straight line through head, shoulders, hips and knees (progress to your toes to make it harder). Don't allow your back to sag, so keep your abdominals strong. Hold the position for ten to twenty seconds, if you can. (Note: Avoid this exercise if you have high blood pressure).
How many? Try to do two or three to start with
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