HOW: Begin on your forearms with your elbows straight down from your shoulders.  Bring your feet together, straighten your legs, and stick your hips up into the air. Try to keep most of your weight on your shoulders, not in your foot.From this position,...

HOW: Start in a standing athletic position. Shift your bodyweight to one side, then jump forward and land on the opposite foot.  Land softly and by bending at your hips, knee, and ankle slightly by performing a small squat on the landing leg. Stay...

HOW: Lie on your stomach.  Bend your knees and put your heels together. Place your hands together with your arms firmly on the ground slightly raising your upper back.  Squeeze your heels together hard into each other and contract your glutes.  Slightly raise your...

HOW: Start on all fours with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. Loop the band around your thighs just above your knees. Push down with your toes and hands lifting your knees slightly above the floor going into the...

HOW: Start on all fours with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips.. Push down with your toes and hands lifting your knees slightly above the floor going into the bear crawl position.  While keeping the knee bent, kick out with...

HOW: Lunge forward with one leg.  As you lunge forward, bring both hands down and place your palms on the ground next to the foot.  Maintaining the lunge position, take one arm and rotate it up twisting your mid back. Repeat with the other...

HOW: Lie on your back and bring your knees up with your lower legs pointing straight out. Start from the neck and slowly lift your upper back off of the ground until you feel your upper abs engaged. Think of curling up, one vertebrae...

HOW: Lie on your stomach with your arms up over your head and your legs straight.  While keeping your upper body relaxed, bring one leg up and over the other side rolling your body onto your back.  Your leg and hips do all of...

HOW: Lie on your back with your knees up and feet flat on the floor. Control your breathing and slowly draw in your pelvic floor muscles without moving your hips or legs.    FEEL: You should feel the muscles in your pelvic floor working.   COMPENSATION:...

HOW: Using a bench or elevated surface, kneel down and place your tricep on top of the ball.  Start with the ball by your elbow and slowly moving it in different directions working your way towards your shoulder.  Find areas that feel more “sticky”...

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