HOW: Get set-up in a half kneeling position with a band anchored above your head to the side of you and the knee that is further away from the band anchor down on the ground. You can place something under your knee for comfort...

HOW: Get set-up in a half kneeling position with a band anchored above your head to the side of you and the knee that is further away from the band anchor down on the ground. You can place something under your knee for comfort...

HOW: Get set-up in a half kneeling position with a band anchored above your head to the side of you and the knee that is further away from the band anchor down on the ground. You can place something under your knee for comfort...

HOW: Get set-up sitting on the edge of a chair with your hands to the side of you on the outside edges of the chair. Firmly grasp the chair and using your upper body, lift your bottom off of the seat. If it is...

HOW: Get a band set-up anchored at shoulder height. While holding the ends of the band in each hand, you’re going to perform a bow & arrow movement while also stepping and rotating to the same side. For example, on the left, you will...

HOW: Get set-up standing with a band around your back under your arms, then criss-cross the band in front of you and hold the ends of the band in each hand. Perform a small hip hinge and while maintaining body position, punch both arms...

HOW: Start in a tall push-up position and keep your core engaged. Then perform a yoga push-up and simultaneously reach one hard towards the opposite knee (i.e., left hand to right knee). Hold that position for a second, then return to starting position and...

HOW: Start in the quadruped position on your hands and knees. Push the ground away from your and engage your serratus anterior. Keeping that engagement, slowly push the ground away from you forward with your hands, which will cause your body to go backwards.   ...

HOW: Start in the tall plank position. Drive your hands into the ground and also imaging driving your elbows into the ground. This is your stable base position. Keeping the core and shoulders engaged and strong, slowly let your shoulder blades come together. Then...

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