HOW: Keeping your legs straight, bend forward and place your hands flat on the ground. Slowly walk your hands forward until you are in a push-up position. Continue walking your hands past your shoulders as far as possible until your lower back begins to arch. Hold for three counts. Keeping your legs straight, take tiny steps forward to bring your feet to your hands. Repeat until you've covered the recommended distance.
WHY: This exercise develops shoulder stability and core strength, which adds velocity to RGIII's passes and helps prevent injury. The move also boosts flexibility through the hamstrings, glutes and lower back, making him looser and more explosive on the field.
Sets/Distance/Recovery: 3×15 yards, 30 seconds rest
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