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The 7 Minute Slant Board Workout

There are the days when you can get in a full 60-minute workout, and there are days you just can't. And while most think that more time means more results, the real focus should be on form and properly activating the muscles. With the P.volve Method, the right equipment, and just a few minutes, you can tone and define just about any part of the body. 

Take the slant board, for example. This piece of equipment elevates every workout by offering new angles and the ability to increase flexibility, balance and strength through each movement. The slant board goes up to a 21-degree angle with alternate incline settings to allow the muscles to work in infinite ways. 

We chose our favorite moves on the slant board to squeeze in a quick 7-minute workout. Yes—just 7 minutes to feel the muscles in your lower body turn on! Each movement will only take about one minute on both sides, so be sure to move slowly and with precision. Then, reset for a minute and repeat the circuit over. Be sure to bookmark these for those busy mornings when you’re strapped for time.

Express Slant Board Workout

The Pulley

Slant Board Moved - The Pulley | P.volve

Start with one foot on the slant board and one directly behind you. Lift your back leg to hip height, using your arms and lower abs, pull your leg in, bending at the knee, so your knees meet. Reach your leg back long, tapping the floor to.
Complete 8 reps on both sides.

Work the Rotation

Slant Board Moved - Rotation | P.volve

Start with one foot on the slant board and the other behind you at an angle, internally rotated with your toes pointed in at a 45-degree angle toward the back of the slant board. Lift your back leg inward toward your standing leg, rotating so your knee faces straight ahead before returning back to ground on an angle. 
Complete 8 reps on both sides.

Kick the Shoe Off

Slant Board Moved - Kick the Shoe Off | P.volve

Start with one foot on the slant board. Slowly kick your other leg back, allowing for flexion in the stabilizing hip. Pull your lifted leg forward through center and extend, leaning back for support. Keep your core engaged for stability.
Complete 8 reps on both sides. 

Slant On

Step up onto the slant board with one leg and pull your opposite knee up to hip height while rotating out at a 90-degree angle and pulling your arms straight down at a wide angle. Step back down to starting position.
Complete 8 reps on both sides.

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