HOW: Begin in a high plank position keeping your body in line (feet up to shoulders). Push back into a downward dog, focus on hinging at the hips and keeping your trunk straight. As you push into a downward dog, push one shoulder blade...

HOW: Begin in a high plank position keeping your body in line (feet up to shoulders). Allow the scapula to sag then push the scapula away from you pushing your chest away from the floor. This will cause rounding of the mid back. Return...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright. Pull one arm across your body while keeping the scapula in place. The higher you pull the more stretch, the lower your pull the less of a stretch you will feel. FEEL: The back of the shoulder. COMPENSATION: Avoid...

HOW: Begin this exercise upright. Holding your arm with the opposite hand of the arm that is to be stretched pull your arm across to the opposite side. Stay in this place of motion. FEEL: The side (Lat region). COMPENSATION: Bending forward or backward...

HOW: Get a kettlebell set-up in one hand. Follow the video for additional cues and instructions, however you’re going to initiate the movement from your hips while keeping your shoulder packed. Now high-pull the kettlebell up towards your chest followed by ‘shooting through’ your...

HOW: Get a kettlebell set-up in only one hand in the front rack position. Be sure to keep your knuckles facing the ceiling throughout the duration of this exercise. Set a sturdy base by getting your feet shoulder width apart and engaging your core....

HOW: Get a kettlebell set-up in each hand in the front rack position. Be sure to keep your knuckles facing the ceiling throughout the duration of this exercise. Set a sturdy base by getting your feet shoulder width apart and engaging your core. Now...

HOW: Get set-up with a kettlebell in each hand holding them by your sides near your pockets. Be sure to stay strong in your shoulder blades by pulling them slightly up and back to ‘pack’ your shoulders (see video for cues). While maintaining kettlebell...

HOW: Get set-up in a standing position holding two kettlebells in a front rack position. Be sure to keep your shoulders packed by squeezing your shoulder blades back and wrapping your triceps into your armpits. Try to keep your elbows under your wrists with...