HOW: Get set up in a seated position with your leg crossed over the other. The leg that is crossed is the foot/ankle you are going to be working on. With your foot/ankle in a neutral position, try to push your foot outward using...

HOW: Get set up in a seated position with your leg crossed over the other. The leg that is crossed is the foot/ankle you are going to be working on. With your foot/ankle in a neutral position, try to push your foot inward using...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position. Begin the exercise by bouncing from one foot to the other on the balls of your feet and repeating as if you were jump roping/hopping in place.   FEEL: You should focus on maintaining a rigid/stiff foot/ankle...

HOW: Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground. Hinge forward through your hips while holding onto a kettlebell. Once the balance is maintained in this position, slowly shift the kettlebell from one hand to the...

HOW:  Get set-up standing with your feet in a heel-to-toe position. Stand an arms distance away from a stable surface for balance as needed. While maintaining your balance, slowly rotate your head from one side to the other.   FEEL:  You should feel like your...

HOW: Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground. Focus on standing upright and not letting yourself lean side-to-side. It is ok to let your hip and knee bend a little bit. Once the balance is...

HOW:  Begin this exercise by balancing one leg on a foam pad. Next focus on hinging primarily at the hips. This is achieved by bringing your torso forward and pushing your butt back. Kicking out the back leg may make it easier for you...

HOW: Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground. Hinge forward through your hips while holding onto a kettlebell. Once the balance is maintained in this position, slowly shift the kettlebell from one hand to the...

HOW: Walk backwards. As you take a step with your involved leg, work on “staying strong” and squeezing your glutes and quadriceps as you make contact with the ground. The goal is to feel strong on your leg like no one can push you...

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