HOW: Stand tall with a kettlebell in one hand. Perform a hip hinge by bending forward at the hips and slightly bending your knees allowing the weight to hang down in front of you. Use your hips and glutes to swing the weight up...

HOW: Stand tall with your feet about shoulder width apart and a kettlebell in one hand. Lower the kettlebell down as you slightly bend your knees and hinge forward at the hips. Squeeze your shoulder back as you pull the kettlebell up bringing your...

HOW: Place a kettlebell on the ground in between your feet. Bend your knees, hinge forward at the hips, grab onto the kettlebell with both hands and pull your body into the ground. From here, push into the ground with your legs bringing your...

HOW: Place a kettlebell on the ground in between your feet. Bend your knees, hinge forward at the hips, grab onto the kettlebell with one hand and pull your body into the ground. From here, push into the ground with your legs bringing your...

HOW: Begin with a kettlebell on the ground in between your legs. Your feet should be about shoulder width apart. Bend your knees and hinge forward at the hips and grab onto the kettlebell with both hands. Keep your chest up as you push...

HOW: Place your hands against the wall at about shoulder height. Hinge at your hips and bring your body forward, this will be a body on arm movement which will increase the amount of shoulder elevation you are working into. Bring your chest as...

HOW: Loop a band around the middle of both feet. Face a wall and place both hands on the wall in front of your at shoulder height slightly leaning into it. From here, bring one knee up towards your chest against the resistance of...

HOW: Anchor a band to a lower position. Grab onto the band with one hand and shift your weight to one leg lifting the other leg off of the ground. From here, hinge forward at the hips kicking your leg back and letting your...

HOW: In a standing position, shift your weight to one leg. From here push off to the side landing with the opposite foot and bend the knee to help absorb the landing.  Immediately push off with the foot that lands back into the starting...

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