HOW: Get set-up on your forearms and knees in a modified plank position. While maintaining good form, lift one leg up in the air behind you by performing hip extension, hold for a second then lower back down. Perform on the other side and...

HOW: Get set-up on your back with your knees bent and the bottom of both feet touching one another so that the outside of your ankles are on the ground. Flatten your lower back into the ground followed by bridging up and lowering down....

HOW: Stand in front of an elevated surface. Begin the exercise by stepping up onto the elevated surface and over and beyond the other foot (if stepping up with the left, place the left foot to the right of your right foot). Stand tall...

HOW: Begin by standing on an elevated surface. While balancing on one foot, slowly lower yourself down and reach behind and past the foot that is on the elevated surface (if standing on left foot, reach behind and to the left past your left...

HOW: Grab the desired medball weight and lift it above your head with both hands. To initiate the throw, squeeze your core and think of moving your ribcage down and closer to your hips. At the same time as doing this, forcibly throw the...

HOW: Lift your leg and opposite arm up in a "marching" position. Squeeze your glutes and quadriceps and stand tall on one leg with your core braced. You should feel very steady, like if someone came to knock you over they couldn't do so....

HOW: Grab two dumbbells or other weights in each hand. Keeping your core braced, lift your leg and opposite arm up in a "marching" position. Squeeze your glutes and quadriceps and stand tall on one leg with your core braced. You should feel very...

HOW: Stand up tall on your tip toes. Then bend both of your knees slightly. Maintaining that slight amount of knee bend, slowly take one step forward. As you put weight on your leg, do no let your heel drop. Really push the balls...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position of your knees and hips. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation extend your legs out one at a time towards the...

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