So let's go ahead and begin. We're going to be kneeling on your right knee with your body facing forward. Good. All right, and clearly it's kneeling sidekick. So if your knee does not enjoy having pressure on it, this is not the exercise for you. So we're going to have your hand right underneath your shoulder and you're making a nice frame. Very important.
The knee and foot are straight in alignment. And here's the hardest part. You're going to want to have the hip right over the knee, so you have to really engage that hamstring glute and have a, again, flexible hip flexor. Let's put the left hand behind your head and that adds extra lengths. So you're going to be pushing your head into your hand and lengthening your spine from your powerhouse. Finally, let's lift the leg up to hip height, but when you lift it, you want to feel as if someone is Ooh, rolling in the opposite direction, pulling your belly in and up.
Let's get that hip, the right hip over that knee a little bit more. Beautiful. Great. Now, let's do five, kicking it forward and taking it back. Nice, soft foot and forward and back, and sweep it forward. Keep that hip forward over that knee and forward and back. And two more forward, hip forward and leg. Straight out to the side.
Neil on both knees nice and tall and go ahead and sit down and you are all done with kneeling. Sidekicks.