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Monkey slides work your core and shoulder stability as well as your basic hip mobility.
The slides start in a low squat position, ideally with your heels on the ground. If you can’t do that, start with a toe squat and work your way towards a proper squat from there. From the low squat, place one hand in front of the opposite foot (for example your left hand in front of your right foot), place your other hand approximately one shoulder width further away in the same direction, and then slide your feet (in the air, just above the ground) to come to an opposite position (you move your left foot behind your right hand and your right foot one shoulder width further in the same direction.
As you get better, try to do this more slowly and go in both directions, for example 3 slides to the right and 3 slides to the left.