HOW: Begin in a high plank position making sure your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles are in a straight line with resistance and around your feet. Keep your core engaged then lift one leg up and drive the knee towards your chest. Return and...

The sideplank is a stable of many of our [P]Rehab programs because it truly hits the entire body. Most think of the sideplank as a “core” or “oblique” exercise only; when it fact if cued correctly can also be a killer hip and shoulder exercise...

You should never have back pain after deadlifting! Most of the reasons why people have pain after deadlifting has to do with the deadlift set up. If you’re not set up in the correct position, there’s no way in hell the execution will be on...

HOW: Get set-up standing on one leg with the hip and knee slightly bent while holding a clam motion with the other leg. While maintaining this motion, feed in and out of your hip by moving your pelvis on your hip. Think of if...

HOW: Get set-up on your forearms and knees in a modified plank position. While maintaining good form, lift one leg up in the air behind you by performing hip extension, hold for a second then lower back down. Perform on the other side and...

HOW: Stand in front of an elevated surface. Begin the exercise by stepping up onto the elevated surface and over and beyond the other foot (if stepping up with the left, place the left foot to the right of your right foot). Stand tall...

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