HOW: Begin in an all-fours position and bring one knee under your torso. Allow your hips to rock back and sit them as close to the ground as possible. Hold for the prescribed amount of time before returning to a plank position and switching legsĀ    ...

HOW: Begin laying on your back with your knees bent. From here, bring your feet up off the floor and bend your elbows to help support your head as you bring it off the floor as well. From this position, bring your opposite elbow and...

HOW: Begin with your shoulders resting on an elevated surface and another elevated surface at your feet. Place one heel up on the elevated surface with a slight bend in the knee. Push your hips up into an extended position to target your hamstring muscle...

HOW: Begin with your shoulders resting on an elevated surface and another elevated surface at your feet. Place your heels up on the elevated surface with a slight bend in the knees. Push your hips up into an extended position to target your hamstring muscle...

HOW: Begin in a push up position. From here, lower down by bending your elbows and allowing your chest to come all the way down to the ground. Once your chest is resting comfortably on the ground, bring your hands up off the ground for...

HOW: Begin on your back with your heels resting on an elevated surface and with a slight bend in your knees. Raise your hips up off the ground and bring one knee towards your face. From here, rapidly drive that heel down towards the elevated...

HOW: Start in a tall kneeling position and then place one leg straight out in front of you. With your hips square and your toe pointing up, send your hips back by hinging at the hips. Pause for the given amount of time, then return...

HOW: Begin in a half-kneeling position with one foot planted slightly out to the side and your back knee planted on the ground under your hip. From here, shift your body slightly to the side to target a stretch in both groin muscles. Feel free...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with enough distance in front of you to walk a few paces forward. As you begin to walk, bring one knee up and rotate the inside of your foot up towards you. As you do so, push up into...

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