HOW: Get set up by lying on your side. Bend the bottom knee. Lift up the opposite leg and while keeping your knee straight draw a circle in a clockwise motion first, then counterclockwise after that. The bigger the circle the harder the exercise is.  FEEL:...

HOW: Get set up by lying on your back. Bend one knee and place that foot flat on the ground. Straighten the opposite leg and lift that leg off the ground. While keeping your knee straight, draw a circle in a clockwise motion first, then...

HOW: Start by placing your hands on the ground under your shoulders, knees under the hips, and toes pushing into the ground. From here, push into the ground and raise your hips straight up into the air extending your legs straight. If you can’t straighten...

HOW: Place a barbell on the ground directly in front of your legs. Stand in a wide stance with your toes facing outward. Keeping your chest upright, bend your knees and lower your body with your arms on the inside of your knees. Pick up...

HOW: Start by setting up a barbell underneath the J hooks or spotter arms within the squat rack. The arms should be placed at your mid thigh height. Find your “power stance” with your feet roughly shoulder width apart. Grip the bar slightly wider than...

HOW: Start by sitting on a bench or a box that will support you. Slide down and place your shoulders on the bench with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Perform a hip thrust by pushing into the ground with your feet...

HOW: Loop a resistance band around your legs just above your knees. Position your feet about shoulder width apart slightly pushing out on the band with both legs. Perform a small hip hinge and slightly bend your knees. Shift most of your weight to one...

HOW: Start in a standing position. Place one foot’s heel in front of the other foot’s toes. Put your hands on your hips and get to a balanced feeling. Close your eyes and try to maintain that position for as long as prescribed.  FEEL: You should...

HOW: Place a ball of your choice that has some give to it in between your thighs just above your knees. Slightly bend your knees and hinge forward at the waist, and tighten your core as you try to push into the ball with your...

What Does Mobility Mean? (Noun) The ability to move or be moved freely and easily.    ⏱ Time Stamps⏱ 00:00 Start 01:01 Introduction  03:07 Assess Yourself! 04:36 What do Stability Exercises Look Like? 05:23 Why NOT to do Half Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch 8:19 Strengthen with Plank Leg Lift  09:29 Strengthen with Abductor Side Plank 10:57...