HOW: Begin in a squat position with a band above your knees. As you walk, first put all your weight onto one leg and lift the opposite leg off the floor. The leg that is elevated off the floor will now take a step...

HOW: Begin in a squat position, with a majority of your weight in the balls of your feet. Take a large step diagonally back and to the side to tap the floor. Avoid putting too much weight through the back leg, think about just...

HOW: Get set-up laying on your side with your elbow directly under your shoulder. Have your forearm facing out, and bend your knees so that your thighs are at a 45-degree angle. Place a band around your knees. Place your top hand on...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright with the resistance band anchored at about shoulder height. Hold each end of a band with the desired resistance, then perform a Row by bringing your elbows back. Allow your elbows to bend as you perform a row, your...

HOW: Hold each end of a band with the desired resistance, then perform a Row by bring your elbows back. The key here is to rotate your shoulder externally as you perform the row, this is achieved by keeping your elbow in towards your...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright with the resistance band anchored at about shoulder height. Hold each end of a band with the desired resistance, then pull your hands down towards your back pockets while keeping the elbow straight. Focus on initiating this motion with your...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright with the resistance band anchored at about elbow height. Hold the end of a band with the desired resistance then perform the movement. Keep the shoulder blade pulled back for the entirety of this exercise. Rotate your arm outwards...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright with the resistance band anchored at about elbow height. Hold the end of a band with the desired resistance then perform the movement.  Keep the shoulder blade pulled back for the entirety of this exercise, move quickly back and...

HOW: Get a band set-up at shoulder height and you will face the anchor. Bring your shoulder up to 90 degrees, such that your upper arm is parallel to the floor. This is your starting point and you will maintain this position, then rotate...

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