HOW: Anchor two resistance bands on a wall about hip height when you are standing. Position yourself lying on the ground facing away from the anchored bands. Grab onto a band with each hand with your palms facing also facing away from the anchor. Engage...

HOW: Place a step on the ground in front of you. This step should be a difficult height, but not too difficult. Grab onto a dumbbell with both hands and hold it at your chest, like a goblet. Put the foot/leg that you want to...

HOW: Attach a resistance band anchored to the wall at shoulder height. Position your body perpendicular to the wall you have it anchored to. With the outside arm, grab onto the band. Move your elbow up straight out from your shoulder while your forearm is...

HOW: Attach a resistance band anchored to the wall at shoulder height. Position your body perpendicular to the wall you have it anchored to. With the outside arm, grab onto the band. Move your elbow up straight out from your shoulder while your forearm is...

HOW: Begin this exercise by standing on one foot. From this position, bring your arms out to the side to assist with balancing. Once your balance is maintained in the single leg position slowly bring your gaze from the ground up to the ceiling working...

  HOW: Start in a standing position while holding onto a barbell. Whether it's a wider or more narrow grip, it is up to you. Bend your elbows while keeping them close to your body, and bring the bar up to rest on your collar bone....

The Dead Hang Assessment is meant to test grip, core, and isometric hanging stamina. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test. Below you will find a description of how to do so. You will be using a pull...

  HOW: Begin by lying on your back with your knees bent up and your feet flat on the ground. Lift your heels off of the ground while pushing your toes into the ground. From here, continue to push into the ground with your heels floating,...

The 50 Cal Bike Assessment is an assessment of work capacity and ability to tolerate high-intensity anaerobic and aerobic activity. For this assessment, you will need a stationary bike, one in which you are using both your arms and legs. Once on the bike, you...

HOW: Start with relaxing the tension in the ulnar nerve by extending your arm out to the side at shoulder height. Put your pointer finger and thumb together, bend your wrist down, and look towards that hand. From here, bend your elbow and place...

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