HOW: Begin by standing behind a barbell that is racked in a position that is straight out from your collarbone. As you come up to the bar, cross your arms underneath the bar bending at the elbow and touch the front of each shoulder...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your arms up over your head and your toes pushing into the ground raising your heels up becoming as tall as you can. From this position, bend your knees and begin to hinge forward at your hips...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your arms up over your head and your toes pushing into the ground raising your heels up becoming as tall as you can. From this position, perform a small hop with both feet slightly coming off of...

HOW: Position a barbell in front of you on the ground over the middle of your feet. Find your “power stance” with your feet roughly shoulder width apart. Grip the bar slightly wider than your knees, keep some tension in your legs with your...

HOW: Position an elevated surface behind you as a length where you would be able to sit down without looking back. Place your feet in a comfortable position about shoulder width apartFrom this position, bend your knees and start to hinge forward at your...

HOW: Position an elevated surface behind you as a length where you would be able to sit down without looking back. Position a barbell on your upper traps with both hands next to your shoulders holding onto the ball. Place your feet in a...

HOW: Begin in a seated position on an elevated surface that has a height that challenges you but supports you. Position a barbell on your upper traps with both hands next to your shoulders holding onto the ball. Your feet should be about shoulder...

HOW: Begin with positioning a barbell on your lower traps to where it feels like it is resting on top of your shoulder blades. Place both hands next to your shoulders holding onto the ball. Place your feet in a comfortable position about shoulder...

HOW: Begin with positioning a barbell on your upper traps with both hands next to your shoulders holding onto the ball. Place your feet in a comfortable position about shoulder width apart. From this position, bend your knees and start to hinge forward at...

HOW: Start by lying on your back with a swiss ball underneath your feet. With your legs together, slightly push into the ball with your heels and bring your knees up towards your chest.    FEEL: You should feel your hip muscles working.    COMPENSATION: Don’t...

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