HOW: Begin in a half kneeling position with a kettlebell in an overhead position. With control lower yourself to the side that is free and tap the floor. At first you don't have to go all the way down, as you feel comfortable lower...

HOW: Begin in a high plank position making sure your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles are in a straight line. Keep your core engaged then lift one leg up and drive the knee towards your chest. Return and repeat with the other side.   FEEL:...

HOW: Lay face down with your arms overhead. Elevate both arms and legs off of the floor into a superman position. Lift one arm up and the opposite leg towards the ceiling and repeat back and forth. Your shoulder blade should drive the arm...

HOW: Begin in a high plank position making sure your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles are in a straight line with resistance and around your feet. Keep your core engaged then lift one leg up and drive the knee towards your chest. Return and...

HOW: Begin in a single leg squat position with one leg up against the wall. Drive both knees out making sure the foot supporting your weight does not roll outward. Lean close to the wall without making contact with your hips or your shoulders,...

The sideplank is a stable of many of our [P]Rehab programs because it truly hits the entire body. Most think of the sideplank as a “core” or “oblique” exercise only; when it fact if cued correctly can also be a killer hip and shoulder exercise...

You should never have back pain after deadlifting! Most of the reasons why people have pain after deadlifting has to do with the deadlift set up. If you’re not set up in the correct position, there’s no way in hell the execution will be on...

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