HOW: Place your forearms on the ground with your elbows straight under your shoulders, your knees straight down from your hips. From this position, move one leg up while the knee stays bent. Act like you're trying to drive your heel towards the ceiling....

HOW:Place your forearms on the ground with your elbows straight under your shoulders, your knees straight down from your hips. Push into the ground with your toes and lift your knees off of the ground. From this position, kick one leg straight back from...

HOW: Place your forearms on the ground with your elbows straight under your shoulders, your knees straight down from your hips. Push into the ground with your toes and lift your knees off of the ground. From this position, keep your knee bent as...

HOW: Begin by lying flat on your back with your knees bent and feet supported on the ground. To perform the exercise, flatten your low back into the ground, then while maintaining this position lift your legs into the air so that your knees...

HOW: Follow along and perform at least 1 set of 3-5 reps of each movement! This back prep is designed to be a warm-up prior to an exercise routine that features mobility and activation exercises you can quickly perform in just a few minutes.   ...

HOW: Start by holding a med ball in front of you in an athletic position with your feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent. All in one motion, you will start by raising your heels off of the ground as you straighten your...

HOW: Start by standing next to a wall. Lunge forward with the leg furthest from the wall bending at the knee but keeping the knee over your toes. The other leg is behind you with your knee bent and your toes pushing into the...

HOW: Start by standing next to a wall. Lunge forward with the leg closest to the wall bending at the knee but keeping the knee over your toes. The other leg is behind you with your knee bent and your toes pushing into the...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. In this position, you will balance on the opposite arm and leg. The wider you are the easier to balance, the more narrow the more challenging this will be. Keep your back flat and your core engaged....

HOW: Start in the push up position with your hands on the ground and your elbows straight under your shoulders. Your toes should be pushing into the ground. While keeping your back flat and knees straight, push your body back and forth using your...