HOW: Stand at the end of a barbell in a staggered stance with the leg closest to the weight back and your opposite leg forward. Have your feet about shoulder width apart. The barbell should be centered in between your legs. From here, hinge forward...

HOW: Grab onto one hand with the other with your elbow slightly bent. Pull the hand downward with your palm facing away from you. At the same time, straighten your elbow and begin to push the pinky side of your hand outward creating a stretch...

HOW: In a standing position, start with your arm down at your side. Face your palm backwards as you flick yourย wrist back while you extend the arm back past your torso. Then, bring your ear to the opposite shoulder of the arm you are...

HOW: In a standing position, start with your arm down at your side. Face your palm backwards as you flick yourย wrist back while you extend the arm back past your torso. Then, bring your ear to the shoulder of the arm you are stretching....

HOW: Loop the band around your hands per the instructions in the video. Raise your arms up in front of you just below shoulder height. Keep your palms facing up, squeeze your shoulder blades and move your arms straight out to your side opening...

HOW: Get set up with a weight clip in your hand, ideally you can still have a grip around the weight clip even when the weight clip is in a relaxed position. Perform the exercise by squeezing the weight clip as hard as you...

HOW: Hold a weight plate, ideally a rubber plate, by hooking the tips of your fingers around the top of your plate. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight for the time instructed.   ...

HOW: Hold a weight plate, ideally a rubber plate, by pinching it between your fingers and your thumb in your palm with your fingers pointing down. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight...

HOW: Hold a weight with a handle with your hand wrapped around the handle, ideally a kettlebell in the normal position. Grip the handle while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight for the time instructed.   FEEL:...

HOW: Hold a round weight, ideally a kettlebell upside-down that fits in your hand. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight for the time instructed.   FEEL: This should feel like a challenging grip...