HOW: Stand facing a wall placing your hands on the wall straight out from your shoulders. Keep one foot back as you step forwards with the other leg, then step outward and cross the other leg inward. Each time reset the foot prior toย  taking...

HOW: Get set up standing with a bench or elevated surface behind you. Place one leg back onto the benchย  with your lower leg and top of your foot on top of the bench slightly bending that knee. From here, raise your heel off the...

HOW: Get set up standing with a bench or elevated surface behind you. Place one leg back onto the benchย  with your lower leg and top of your foot on top of the bench slightly bending that knee. From here, bend the knee on the...

HOW: Grab onto a dumbbell in each hand. Get into a seated position at a height where your knees are straight out from your hips and feet flat on the floor about shoulder width creating a 90 degree angle. Place the dumbbell on top of...

HOW: Begin by lying on your back with your knees bent up and your feet flat on the ground about shoulder width apart. Push into the ground with your feet lifting your hips as high as you can flexing your glutes and engaging your core...

HOW: Start in a split stance position with one foot forward and the other foot behind you with your toes pushing into the ground. Load most of your weight into the front leg. From this position, lift your heels up. Make sure to lift...

HOW: Slightly bend your knee with your toe pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your foot raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Slightly bend your knees with your toes pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your feet raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Position the step against a wall. Place the balls of your feet on the edge of the step. Slightly bend your knees and raise your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Hold onto...