HOW: Follow along to learn and perform the world's greatest squat warm up! This is a dynamic mobility warm up routine that features 5 main movements. We recommend performing at least 1 set of 5 reps of each movement on each side.   FEEL: You...

HOW:โ€ฏ Get set up in a side lying position with the bottom leg in relative extension (knee further away from the chest). To begin the exercise, with the top leg, lift it up driving your knee towards your chest as much as you can....

HOW: Lay on your back close to a wall. Place your feet flat on the wall creating a 90 degree bend in your knees. Push into the wall with one leg without moving your leg or body. At the same time youโ€™re pushing into...

HOW: Lay flat on the ground or table. Bend your knees and put your feet flat. Contract your core muscles and slowly push into the ground with your feet. Raise your hips first, then lower back, and finally your mid to upper back. Focus...

HOW: Place both heels on elevated surface. Keep knees slightly bent and drive your heels into the elevated surface lifting your hips up. Keep your arms relaxed and use your core and hamstrings to keep your hips elevated for a prescribed amount of time.   ...

HOW: Place heels on elevated surface. Arms relaxed to the side. Apply pressure through your heels lifting your hips up. Once level, lift one leg straight up while the other stabilizes your body. Alternate legs up and down while maintaining elevated hips.   FEEL: Muscles...

HOW: Seated up, place hands behind you. With your legs straight out, drive your heels into the floor. Raise your hips up while bringing back your shoulder blades and opening up your chest. Squeeze your glutes at the top.   FEEL: Your hamstrings, glutes, and...

HOW: While sitting up, place your hands slightly behind you at your side. Bend one knee up and place your foot flat on the ground. Straighten the other leg out. Using your heel, push down into the ground lifting your hips up while keeping...

HOW: Get a band anchored between waist and shoulder height. Hold onto the band so it is directly to the side of you, your torso should be perpendicular to the band. Balance on one foot (ideally the foot further away from the anchor), while...