HOW: Begin in a standing position with you a band around your knees just above your knee cap. Have your feet wide enough to create some tension. Keep your toes pointed forward as you slightly bend your knees and hinge forward at the hips....

HOW: Begin in a standing position with you a band around your knees just above your knee cap. Have your feet wide enough to create some tension. Keep your toes pointed forward as you slightly bend your knees and hinge forward at the hips....

HOW: Place a BOSU ball on the ground with the ball side down. If you need to, hold onto a wall or squat rack for support as you step onto the ball. Make sure your feet are as wide as you can comfortably go...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with one foot’s toes aligned with the other foot/s heels in a split stance position. Raise both hands overhead and push into the ground all the way raising your heels all the way up. From here, throw your...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with a band looped around your ankles. Step out slightly and create some tension in the band. Keep your knees straight and also keep that tension as you side step one way following with the other leg.    FEEL:...

HOW: Begin in a standing position. Shift all of your weight to one leg as you bring the other knee up towards your chest keeping your body in a straight line. Alternate bringing each knee up and down in a controlled motion.    FEEL: You...

Follow along to see how to prepare your hips for a big workout!   Exercises: Lateral Toe Taps Monster Walks Side Steps In Place W’s Squats ...

HOW: In a standing position, shift most of your weight to one leg and bend that knee as you bring the other leg behind you in a diagonal motion. Once you can not reach behind you anymore, push into the ground with the bent...

HOW: Begin in a seated position with your knees bent up and your arms behind your with your palms on the ground. Shift all of your weight onto one shoulder as you lift your hips up as high as you can. As your hips...

HOW: Begin by lying on your back, placing a lacrosse ball just underneath the side of your hips as you roll onto your side on the ball. Use your bodyweight to roll out the soft tissue in that area.    FEEL: You should feel a...

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