HOW: Start in a standing position holding a kettlebell in each hand. One arm will carry the kettlebell at your side.  Bring the other kettlebell up into the front rack position. Your elbow should be squeezed in as you hold the kettlebell by the...

HOW: Start in a standing position holding a kettlebell in each hand. One arm will carry the kettlebell at your side.  Bring the other kettlebell up into the front rack position. Your elbow should be squeezed in as you hold the kettlebell by the...

HOW: Start by standing with a dumbbell in each hand holding them at your side. Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate marching in place while trying to keep your torso as still as possible.   ...

HOW: Start by standing with a kettlebell in one hand.  Bring the kettlebell up into the front rack position. Squeeze your elbow in engaging your shoulder blade muscles.  Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate...

HOW: Start by standing with a kettlebell in each hand.  Bring the kettlebell up into the front rack position. Squeeze your elbows in engaging your shoulder blade muscles.  Shift your weight to one side as you bring the other knee to your chest. Alternate...

HOW:  Start in the plank position with your forearms on the ground, flat back, and your toes pushing into the ground. Push into the ground lifting your hips up into a diagonal direction. Keep pushing into the ground with your shoulders and keep your...

HOW: Start by leaning back with the bottom on your shoulder blade on the edge of a bench or step. Pad the barbell over your groin region. Bring your feet flat on the ground bending your knees to around 90 degrees of flexion. Draw...

HOW: Start in the tall plank push up position. Engage your core and squeeze your glutes as you go down, slide one arm up and out as far as you can in a diagonal direction.  Keep most of your weight on the other arm...

HOW: Start in the low plank position with forearms on the ground and your elbows directly under your shoulders. Your toes should be pushing into the ground. Drive your elbows into the ground and while keeping your back flat and knees straight, push your...

HOW: Start by placing a peanut on the ground over your mid back. Your spine should be in the middle space of the peanut. While laying on the peanut, bend your knees up and put your feet flat on the ground. Clasp your hands...