Begin in a fully standing position with feet together. Using one foot, take a big step forward. Bend the knee of the leading foot until the knee of the trailing foot touches the ground. Stand back up by extending the knee of the leading foot, making sure to press up through the heel. Finally, bring the trailing foot forward so that it again sits next to the leading foot. Begin the next rep by stepping with the opposite leg.
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- 50 reps from Filthy Fifty on Jun 19, 2012
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