HOW:  Start one hand against a wall. Push into the wall with your hip, knee, and ankle. This is your starting position. Slowly bend your hip, knee, and ankle to “load” your leg. Then, explosively push away into the wall.   FEEL:  You should feel...

HOW: Get set up in a half kneeling position, but have your foot and knee that is supported on the ground positioned in-line with one another. While rooting your body into the ground, maintain balance and the position for the time instructed.   FEEL: This...

HOW:  Step backwards and out to the side like you were to perform a curtsey. Keep your weight on your front leg. Drive up and come to standing on one leg on the way back.   FEEL:  You should feel a good glute stretch and...

HOW:  Step backwards and out to the side like you were to perform a curtsey, lower yourself into a lunge position and repeat without taking another step. Keep most of your weight on your front leg, use the back leg for balance.   FEEL:  You...

HOW:  Get set up in a half kneeling position with the ankle you want to work in positioned in front. To perform the mobilization, bring your knee and shin bone forward over your toes while keeping your heel down on the ground. Follow along...

HOW:  In a seated position, place your feet on the ground under your knees with your toes facing forward. On the side you're performing the stretch, move your foot back and while keeping your toe on the ground, lift your heel up to move...

HOW: Get set up at the top of a down dog position with your heels lifted and your weight supported through your toes with your big toe facing straight forward. Perform the stretch by lowering your body down and letting your knees bend while...

Description: Are you dealing with a nagging discomfort in between your shoulder blade and your spine? No matter how many stretches you do, or how much time you spend foam rolling it, does it still persist? Pain in this area often gets labeled as...

HOW: Follow along to learn and perform the world's greatest squat warm up! This is a dynamic mobility warm up routine that features 5 main movements. We recommend performing at least 1 set of 5 reps of each movement on each side.   FEEL: You...

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