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”...

HOW: Start with your opposite foot in front of the other in a split stance position. Anchor a band in front of you at floor weight. Holding the band on the side with the leg back, reach down and across.  Bring your arm back...

HOW: Start with your opposite foot in front of the other. Holding the dumbbell on the side with the leg back, reach down and across.  Bring the dumbbell back up to your side as you rotate your shoulder back and open your chest, ending...

HOW: Standing next to a wall, place your shoulder on the wall.  Bring your forearm up the wall, creating a 90 degree bend in the elbow.  Move your feet away from the wall leaning into your shoulder. Place your other hand on your hip...

HOW: Lay on your stomach with your legs straight and your arms up over your head on the ground. While keeping your lower body relaxed, bring one arm up and extend it back, rotating your upper back and mid back causing your body to...

HOW: Lay on your back with your legs straight and both arms above your head on the ground. Bring one knee up towards your chest with your toes pointed up. Keep your upper body relaxed as you let your leg drop over the other...

HOW: Face away from an elevated surface.  Place one foot behind you with your toes on the elevated surface. Squat down on the front leg keeping your weight centered on the front leg.  Push up with the front leg back into the standing position,...

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