Common Faults

  • Back arching when bringing knees to
    waist, resulting in elevated hips
  • Hands too far in front of the shoulders
  • Not alternating legs
  • Feet touching the floor at mid-point of movement under the body when knees are
    raised
  • Back arching when bringing knees to
    waist, resulting in elevated hips
  • Hands too far in front of the shoulders
  • Not alternating legs
  • Feet touching the floor at mid-point of movement under the body when knees are
    raised