1. Lay on your back on a soft workout surface with your arms laid out by your sides, and your legs outstretched on the floor (don’t fall asleep!)
2. Contract your lower abdominal muscles to bring your legs up and off the ground by about 3 inches, this is the starting position
3. As you exhale, elevate your legs (keeping them straight) up to a 45-degree angle before lowering them back down to the starting position to complete one rep
4. Place your hands above your head or under your glutes if this helps you stabilize
The primary muscles used in Lying Leg Raises are the Abs.