HOW: Start by lying face down on a stable surface. Slide your hips off of the table or bench. The front of your hips should be on the edge of the surface. Stabilize your upper body with your arms. Put your legs together and...

HOW: Start by lying face down. Put your toes into the ground. Squeeze your glutes rotating your hips down to the ground.  Hold that contraction for the prescribed amount of time, then relax. Imagine trying to pinch something between your butt cheeks.   FEEL: You...

HOW: Start by sitting upright on a swissball. Engage your core and begin the pelvic tilt by arching your back and rotating your hips backward. Then, round your back bringing your hips forward.  Move back and forth between the two motions. The more your...

HOW: Start in a standing position with a dumbbell on the floor at your side. Center yourself, bend down and reach for the dumbbell, trying to maintain a neutral spine. Bring it up and then back down.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles in...

HOW: Anchor a band at hip height.  Walk out as far as you feel comfortable facing away from the anchor and grab the band with both hands between your legs. Start in an upright, tall position. Hinge at the hips while keeping your back...

HOW: Start by standing with a dumbbell in one hand holding it at your side. Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate marching in place while holding the dumbbell at your side.    FEEL: You should...

HOW: Start in a standing position holding a kettlebell in each hand. One arm will carry the kettlebell at your side.  Bring the other kettlebell up into the front rack position. Your elbow should be squeezed in as you hold the kettlebell by the...

HOW: Start in a standing position holding a kettlebell in each hand. One arm will carry the kettlebell at your side.  Bring the other kettlebell up into the front rack position. Your elbow should be squeezed in as you hold the kettlebell by the...

HOW: Start by standing with a dumbbell in each hand holding them at your side. Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate marching in place while trying to keep your torso as still as possible.   ...

HOW: Start by standing with a kettlebell in one hand.  Bring the kettlebell up into the front rack position. Squeeze your elbow in engaging your shoulder blade muscles.  Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate...

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