Abdominal MRI scans may require breath-holding to prevent image quality degradation, which can be challenging for patients. In this study, we used free induction decay navigators (FIDnavs) to correct motion prospectively. A short calibration scan was acquired prior to the prospectively corrected scan to create a linear motion model to translate the FIDnav signal into kidney displacement. Shallow, deep and continuous deep breathing scans were acquired with the proposed technique and reconstructed images were compared to those without motion correction. The proposed technique reduces blurriness and motion artifacts in the kidneys by correcting their position prospectively during the MRI acquisition.