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...

HOW: Begin in an all fours position. From here, push up onto your toes into a bear plank position. With a strong core, kick one leg behind you, return to the starting position, and switch legs.    FEEL: You should feel your core, shoulder and leg...

HOW: Start on your back with a slider/towel under each heel. From this position, straighten your arms and bring them directly in front of you, bend your knees, and engage your core. Slowly and with control, slide one foot out while reaching the opposite arm...

HOW: Begin this exercise with your stomach facing up and your arms and feet on the ground.  Lift your hips off the ground by squeezing your glutes and begin walking your opposite arm/foot backwards or forwards at the same time.   FEEL: You should feel your...

HOW: Begin by holding the handle of a kettlebell with your elbow bent and the bottom of the kettlebell facing away from you. From this position, keep your elbow bent challenging the elbow flexors and forearm muscles as you walk forward for the given distance.    ...

HOW: To begin this exercise, start in a seated position with knees bent and the toes of your front leg touching your back legs knee. From here, squeeze your glutes and push your hips forward as you shift your weight onto your knees to a...

Time Stamps  00:00 Start  00:47 Common misconceptions with muscle asymmetries & muscle imbalances 06:22 Hip Strength Asymmetry Assessment 08:23 Shoulder Strength Asymmetry Assessment 09:05 Knee Strength Asymmetry Assessment 10:47 End   Are you struggling with the concept of having a perfectly balanced, symmetrical body? Not all muscle imbalances matter, but there is one...

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