HOW: Begin this exercise in a high plank position with your hands underneath your shoulder gripping onto dumbbells. Maintain a straight line from your knees to your shoulder. Once you have a sturdy foundation perform a row, initiating the motion with your shoulder blade...

HOW: Use an elevated surface to allow your arms to be completely straight in front of you. While keeping your chest supported, perform a barbell row. Initiating the motion with your shoulder blade - think about bringing your elbow to your back pocket.   FEEL:...

HOW: In a standing position, begin this exercise by reaching towards the floor while keeping your knees straight. Walk your hands out until you get into a high plank position then perform pushup. Once you are in the high plank position again walk your...

HOW: Begin on your back with your arms and legs straight out. Make sure to keep your core engaged by pushing your low back against the floor. The closer to the floor you bring your arms and legs the more challenging this exercise will...

HOW:  Start this exercise upright with both hands in front of you with a resistance band in hands. Spread the resistance band diagonally. Squeeze the band on one end bringing your arm to your side, simultaneously, with the opposite arm elevate the arm in...

HOW:  Get set-up balancing on one foot. Begin this exercise by reaching as far as you can forward with the foot that is in the air. Then return to starting position and reach backward with the leg in the air while allowing your body...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position. Begin this exercise by bouncing on the balls of your feet moving forward <> backward. Think of yourself as a rubber band or a spring loaded coil. Be bouncy!   FEEL: You should focus on maintaining a rigid/stiff foot/ankle...

HOW: Begin by holding a resistance band in both hands. Spread the band so that your hands are slightly wider than shoulder width. Rotate your arms all the way around - this mean elevate your arms overhead and then back so that the band...

HOW: Start with one knee supported on a bench or elevated surface. Place as much weight on that side as you'd like in order to off-weight the leg you're standing on. To begin the exercise, slightly lower down by letting your hip and knee...

HOW: Start with your hands on an elevated surface in a high plank position. Begin the exercise by letting your shoulder blades move in together towards one another while keeping your elbows straight. Return to starting position by pushing into the surface with your...

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