HOW: Place both heels on elevated surface. Keep knees slightly bent and drive your heels into the elevated surface lifting your hips up. Keep your arms relaxed and use your core and hamstrings to keep your hips elevated for a prescribed amount of time.   ...

HOW: Place heels on elevated surface. Arms relaxed to the side. Apply pressure through your heels lifting your hips up. Once level, lift one leg straight up while the other stabilizes your body. Alternate legs up and down while maintaining elevated hips.   FEEL: Muscles...

HOW: Place your foot flat on an elevated surface. Loop the anchored band around the lowest part of your lower leg. The band should be right below the bend of the ankle joint. With tension in the band, lean forward while keeping your heel...

HOW: As you take a step forward, bring one knee up to your chest and grab it with both hands. Keep your chest up and stand straight as you pull your knee towards your chest. As you pull the knee to your chest, go...

HOW: Get set up standing and then position your feet together, but one foot slightly in front of the other. With the foot that is further behind, the big toe on that foot should be lined up in the middle of the opposite foot....

HOW:  Stand in front of a wall or an object to use for balance. Stand on the leg you want to train with your heel off the edge of an elevated surface. While keeping your glutes and quads tight to keep your knee straight,...

HOW: In a standing position, shift your weight in circles. Rotate by placing most of your body weight from the leftt, to your forefoot/toes, to the right, back towards you heal, and repeat. You can then also go the opposite direction. Start with small...

HOW: Begin this exercise by balancing on one leg. Once balance is achieved, shift your weight in circles on your stable leg. Rotate by placing most of your body weight from the outside of your foot, to your forefoot/toes, to the outside your foot,...

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