HOW: Begin with one knee bent on a bench.  The other leg should be up and straight out from your hip. The arm on the side of the leg on the bench should be holding a kettlebell.  The other arm on the side where...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. In this position, you will balance on the opposite arm and leg. The wider you are the easier to balance, the more narrow the more challenging this will be. Keep your back flat and your core engaged....

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. In this position, you will balance on the opposite arm and leg. The wider you are the easier to balance, the more narrow the more challenging this will be. Keep your back flat and your core engaged. ...

HOW: Start by standing straight up with a dumbbell in each hand. With your elbows squeezing your side and your shoulder blades back, bend your elbows up towards you with your palms facing down. Lower the dumbbells back down into the starting position and...

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 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...

HOW: Place a weight plate or elevated surface underneath your feet and stand on it. Find your “power stance”, or the stance you would set up in if you were told to jump as high as you can. This is your starting position. Grab...

HOW: Start by leaning back with the bottom on your shoulder blade on the edge of a bench or step. Pad the barbell over your groin region. Bring your feet flat on the ground bending your knees to around 90 degrees of flexion. Draw...

HOW: Inside the rack machine, place the barbell just above knee height (or whatever height is prescribed). Find your “power stance”, or the stance you would set up in if you were told to jump as high as you can. This is your starting...

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