HOW: Get set up in a standing position with a suspension trainer anchored in front of you. Start by holding the suspension trainer handles in each hand with a soft bend in your elbow. To begin the exercise, balance on one leg and have...

DESCRIPTION: Mirror squats are very beneficial to work on improving proprioception and body awareness with squats! Follow along with the video to learn the benefits of this drill and how to implement it. ...

HOW:  Get set up in a side lying position with the bottom leg in relative extension (knee further away from the chest). To begin the exercise, with the top leg, lift it up driving your knee towards your chest as much as you can....

HOW: Get set up in a standing position in your ideal squat stance and form. To begin the exercise, squat down as low as you can and hold the bottom of the deep squat position. Then with your arms and elbows positioned on the...

HOW:  Get bands anchored in front of you at about shoulder height. Criss-cross the handles then position your arms in a shoulder press position. While not letting your hands move forward, perform an overhead press. Slowly return to starting position and repeat.   FEEL:  You...

HOW:  Get bands anchored at about shoulder height. Criss-cross the handles, straighten your arms, and with your palms facing forward squeeze your shoulder blades back and bring your hands out to the sides to form the letter ‘T’ with your body and your arms....

HOW: Get set up with a weight clip in your hand, ideally you can still have a grip around the weight clip even when the weight clip is in a relaxed position. Perform the exercise by squeezing the weight clip as hard as you...

HOW: Hold a weight plate, ideally a rubber plate, by hooking the tips of your fingers around the top of your plate. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight for the time instructed.   ...

HOW: Hold a weight plate, ideally a rubber plate, by pinching it between your fingers and your thumb in your palm with your fingers pointing down. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight...

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