HOW: Start first by squeezing your entire thigh, trying to fully straighten your knee. Hold this contraction. Then either start on your back and lift your leg up in the air; lie on your unaffected side and lift your leg up in the air;...

HOW: The Romanian Barbell Deadlift is very similar to a traditional barbell deadlift, the only difference is is there is less knee bending and more hip bending. You’ll want to slightly bend the knees, and kept them at that angle throughout the entire exercise. ...

HOW: Step into the hex bar. You can either flip it up (less range of motion and easier) or down (more range of motion and harder). Drive your heels into the ground and lift. FEEL: You should feel primarily your legs doing the work,...

HOW: Place the barbell in the crease of your shoulders. Bend your elbows and place your hands on top of your shoulders, keeping the barbell in place so it feels secure. Once you feel the barbell is stable, descend into a normal front squat...

HOW: Place the barbell in the crease of your shoulders. Bend your elbows and place your hands palm up underneath the barbell. If you don’t have the flexibility, you can simply use a few fingers as well. Or, you can switch to a different...

HOW: Use blocks, steps, or any other elevated surface to put the barbell on. Performing a deadlift off blocks limits the total range of motion for the exercise, which makes it a regression of the normal deadlift. FEEL: You should feel all the muscles...

HOW: Find your “power stance”, or the stance you would set up in if you were told to jump as high as you can. This is your starting position. Drive your feet into the ground and “spread the ground”. Pull the slack out of...

HOW: Place the barbell on your back in either a high bar or low bar position (choose whatever is most comfortable to you). Keeping your back relatively neutral/straight, descend in the squat to your desired depth, and then return to your starting position. Keep...

This exercise is great because you can leverage the weight of your body to help improve hip flexion. This exercise often showcases the discrepancy from side to side. . Start position: Place one foot on an elevated surface, the higher the surface the more aggressive this stretch...

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