HOW: Get set-up on your side with your elbow directly under your shoulder and your forearm supported on the ground. Have your feet stacked and supported on the ground with the knees straight. To begin the exercise, push your hips up and forward as...

HOW: Get set-up on your side with your elbow directly under your shoulder and your forearm supported on the ground. Have your feet stacked and supported on the ground with the knees straight. To begin the exercise, push your hips up and forward as...

HOW: Begin the exercise in a forearm plank position with the knees straight. Perform the exercise by moving at the hip joint to lift one leg into the air while keeping the knee straight, hold that position, then return to starting position and repeat...

HOW: Begin the exercise in a forearm plank position with the knees straight and a band around the knees. Perform the exercise by moving at the hip joint to lift one leg into the air while keeping the knee straight, hold that position, then...

HOW: Set-up a box or object behind you, the taller it is the easier the exercise will be. Lift one leg straight in front of you, and then sit back with good squat form only on one leg, trying to be as controlled as...

HOW: Start by assuming the tall plank position with both hands on the ball. Then slowly slide one hand into the middle of the swissball and gentle take away your other hand. Really drive the palm of your hands into the swissball in an...

HOW: Assume a sideplank position on a swissball. Dig your elbow into the middle of the swissball for the most stability. Stay strong through the shoulder and do not let it collapse. It will help to keep both of your feet on the ground...

HOW: First get into the hollow position by drawing your ribcage down and towards your hips. Slowly lift your legs and upper back off the floor to form a shallow "C" position. This is your hallow position. Once here, rock back and forth while...

HOW:  Begin with your mid-back against a bench or elevated surface with your feet hip-width apart. Place a resistance band just above your knees. Bring one knee up towards your chest to tension the resistance band. The elevated leg should be not only driving...

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