HOW: Face away from an elevated surface. Place your hands on the ground directly under your shoulders and elbows locked out. Put your feet on the step with your toes pushing into the step creating a plank position. Straighten your knees by squeezing your...

HOW: Begin by placing your upper back on an elevated bench surface. Your shoulder blades should be just above the edge. Have your feet shoulder width apart and flat on the ground. Your knees bent with your feet slightly behind your knees. Push into...

So you sprained your ankle and you're looking for the best resource to get you started on your journey to recovery. Look no further than the video above! This is an awesome starter video that'll break down what an ankle sprain is and more importantly...

The single leg Romanian deadlift is a whole body, complete, functional exercise that can be used for rehabilitation, as well as strength and conditioning purposes alike. You get phenomenal posterior chain recruitment while working on single-leg stability, which is absolutely vital for injury prevention as...

HOW: Begin in a tall plank position with your elbows straight straight down from your shoulders and legs straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, lift one leg up and maintain that position for the prescribed amount...

HOW: Begin in a tall plank position with your elbows straight straight down from your shoulders and legs straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, lift one arm up overhead and maintain that position for the prescribed...

HOW: Begin in a plank position with your elbows on the ground straight down from your shoulders and legs straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, lift one leg up and maintain that position for the prescribed...

HOW: Begin in a plank position with your elbows on the ground straight down from your shoulders and legs straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, lift one arm up overhead and maintain that position for the...

HOW: Anchor a band at about shoulder height. Face the band and grab one in each hand. Have your arms in front of you at chest height with your palms facing down. Pull your shoulder blades back, then bring your elbows back and rotate...

HOW: Anchor bands and grab one in each hand facing the high anchor. The first exercise is a shoulder T. Perform this by keeping your elbows straight and pulling the bands from in front of your chest backwards to make a “T” symbol. Next,...

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