HOW:  Begin this exercise by the balance on one leg next to a fall. Place your back foot on the wall behind you to give you some support to make balancing easier. Next focus on hinging primarily at the hips. This is achieved by...

HOW: Sit on a box/bench/object of the desired height. The taller, the easier. Stand up from the box using both of your legs. Once standing, shift all your weight to one leg and lift the opposite leg in the air. Slowly lower yourself down...

HOW: Stand in front of a wall or an object to use for balance. Stand on the leg you want to train. While keeping your glutes and quads tight to keep your knee straight, lift your heel up in a slow and controlled manner,...

HOW: Place a step in front of a wall or an object to use for balance. Using only one leg, step onto the box with the balls of your feet on the edge of the box, and let your heel hang off the box....

HOW: Get set-up in front of a wall or an object to use for balance. While keeping your glutes and quads tight to keep your knees straight, lift your heels off the ground in a slow and controlled manner. Then shift all your weight over...

HOW: Set-up a box or object behind you, the taller it is the easier the exercise will be. Lift one leg straight in front of you, and then sit back with good squat form only on one leg, trying to be as controlled as...

HOW: Start by assuming the tall plank position with both hands on the ball. Then slowly slide one hand into the middle of the swissball and gentle take away your other hand. Really drive the palm of your hands into the swissball in an...

HOW: Assume a sideplank position on a swissball. Dig your elbow into the middle of the swissball for the most stability. Stay strong through the shoulder and do not let it collapse. It will help to keep both of your feet on the ground...

HOW:  Start with your chest against the swissball with your knees on the ground. You can also place your toes on the ground as well if you would like. With your thumbs down, reach your arms behind you in the shape of an “I”....

HOW: Take a quick step outwards into a lateral lunge position. Get deep into the lunge position by bending your outside hip and knee. Then explosively push yourself back to the starting position, balancing on your opposite leg. The goal of this exercise is...

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