HOW: Place a barbell on the ground in front of you. Stand behind the barbell in a wide stance with your toes facing outward. Keeping your chest upright, bend your knees and lower your body with your arms on the inside of your knees....

HOW: Position a barbell on the front on your shoulders and point your elbows straight out as you hold onto the bar with your palms up. Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. Hinge forward slightly at the hips and bend your knees performing...

HOW: Begin by standing behind a barbell that is racked in a position that is straight out from your collarbone. As you come up to the bar, grab it with both hands about shoulder width apart. The bar should be comfortably sitting on the...

HOW: Find your โ€œpower stanceโ€, or the stance you would set up in if you were told to jump as high as you can. This is your starting position. Before you lift he bar all the way up, pause as soon as the bar...

HOW: Position a barbell on top of your trap muscles with a firm grip on both sides. Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. Hinge forward slightly at the hips and bend your knees performing a back squat. Once you squat down as comfortably...

HOW: Begin by lying down underneath a racked barbell. If you donโ€™t have a squat rack, place the barbell on your hips, lift your hips into the air, and position the bar up in front of your chest. After that, one hand to the...

HOW: In a squat rack, place a band on each end with a weight attached at the bottom of the band. Make sure the band tension and weights are even. Place the middle of the bar in the front of your shoulders with your...

HOW: Position a barbell in front of you on the ground over the middle of your feet. Find your โ€œpower stanceโ€ with your feet staggered roughly shoulder width apart. We will then stagger our foot by placing the toes of one foot should in...

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