HOW: Sit in a chair, ideally a taller one so your feet are off the floor. Tie a theraband or other resistance band around one end of the chair and place your ankle through it. Squeeze your top thigh muscles as hard as you...

HOW: You are going to be moving in a straight line forward and backwards with this exercise. Step backwards into a posterior lunge position. Drive your front leg into the ground and push yourself back up. Immediately step forward into an anterior lunge with...

HOW: You are going to be moving in a straight line forward and backwards in this exercise. Step backwards into a lunge position while reaching your opposite arm to your front knee. Drive your front leg in the ground and push yourself back up....

HOW: Start in a split stance position with equal weight between your front leg and your back leg. The goal is to push off of both feet to jump in the air. Jump in a powerful, controlled manner. Land with both feet at the...

HOW: Start in a split stance position with equal weight between your front leg and your back leg. The goal is to push off of both feet to jump in the air. In the air, you will "scissor" and switch your foot position so...

HOW: Step backwards and out to the side like you were to perform a curtsey, lower yourself into a lunge position. Keep most of your weight on your front leg, use the back leg for balance.   FEEL: You should feel a good glute stretch...

WHY: This exercise will help to strengthen your leg muscles, back muscles, and promote trunk stability   HOW: Get set-up on the edge of a chair or surface that you feel comfortable with standing up from without having to use your arms for assistance. Lean...

HOW: Start with your feet hip-width apart. Step forward with one of your feet and slowly descend into a lunge position. Push yourself back to your starting position, repeat   FEEL: You should feel your front leg, primarily in your quadriceps and glutes, doing most...

HOW: Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Keep the both feet entirely on the ground throughout the movement. Place your hands in front of you about shoulder height to help counterbalance your weight. Sink your hips down and backwards, and then stand back...

HOW: Place a slider under the leg you do NOT want to work. The working leg is the leg that does not move. Slowly lower your body into a partial squat. Then slide the slider in front of you and make a complete circle...

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