Photo credits: James Michelfelder.
1. Grasp the handles and stand with feet about shoulder width. Lean back 45–60 degrees, so your body is supported by the trainer, and brace your abs.
2. Raise your arms up and out into a Y shape with palms facing forward. Your body will become more vertical, but don’t allow your shoulders to lose tension at the top of the movement. Your weight will shift from the back foot to the front foot.