HOW: Start with your hands on the ground directly underneath your shoulders in a push up position. Your toes should be pushing into the ground with your knees straight and a little less than shoulder width apart. From this position, drive one knee up...

HOW:Place your forearms on the ground with your elbows straight under your shoulders, your knees straight down from your hips. Push into the ground with your toes and lift your knees off of the ground. From this position, kick one leg straight back from...

HOW: Place a bosu ball a few feet to the side of you with the ball side up. Step to the side with the foot closer to the bosu and land on the ball bending at the knee, glutes back, and slightly bending your...

HOW: Anchor a band at shoulder height or above. Have a band in each hand and cross the bands. Straighten your arms and bring them slightly above shoulder height. From this position, squeeze your shoulder blades and pull the bands to your face.  Keep...

HOW: Start by standing on a step or elevated surface with a band around your knee. The band needs to be looped around just above your knee cap and should be wanting to pull your knee in. Your goal is to push your knee...

HOW: Begin with one foot in front and the other leg extended back with your back toes pushing into the ground. Keeping your torso straight up, lunge forward and down for 5 seconds, hold that position for 3 seconds, and push back up into...

HOW: Get set-up standing with a band around and above the knee with the band anchored in front of you. To perform the exercise, put tension on the band so that it wants to pull your knee forward. Put your foot with the band...

HOW: Get set-up standing with a band around and above the knee with the band anchored in front of you. To perform the exercise, stand away from the anchor so that there is tension on the band so that it wants to pull your...

HOW: Start by standing holding a barbell in front of you.  You should have a narrow grip on the bar with your palms facing you. Use your shoulder and trap muscles to pull the bar up keeping it as close to your body as...

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