HOW: Start by laying flat on your back holding onto a sturdy object behind you with your arms and hands overhead. Perform the exercise by flattening your low back into the ground, then lift both legs up straight towards the ceiling. When your legs...

HOW: Start laying flat on your back with your knees bent to at least 90 degrees. With weights or objects supported in each hand, bridge up by lifting your hips off the ground. While holding the top of the bridge position, perform a bench...

HOW: Start on your hands and knees then assume a high plank position. Perform the exercise by lifting one arm up and reaching towards the ceiling as you rotate your chest 90 degrees to the same direction to assume a high side plank position....

HOW: Start by laying flat on your back. Perform the exercise by flattening your low back into the ground, then fluttering your legs up and down, back and forth about a foot off the ground.   FEEL: You should feel your abs, legs, and core...

HOW: Start in a standing position. Begin the exercise by holding a weight or an object overhead in one hand while holding another weight or object in the other hand by your side. While maintaining good arm and shoulder blade position to stabilize the...

HOW: Start in a standing position. Begin the exercise by holding a weight or an object overhead in each hand. While maintaining good arm and shoulder blade position to stabilize the objects, walk forward.   FEEL: This should feel like a full body workout, especially...

HOW: Start by laying flat on your back. Perform the exercise by flattening your low back into the ground, then lift both legs up straight towards the ceiling. While keeping one leg still, slowly lower one leg down towards the ground as low as...

HOW: Start by laying flat on your back holding onto a sturdy object behind you with your arms and hands overhead. Perform the exercise by flattening your low back into the ground, then lift both legs up straight towards the ceiling. When your legs...

HOW: Assume the tall plank position on your hands and knees. Starting with either your right or left hand, lower yourself to your elbow. Then do the same with your opposite side. Next, come back up to the tall plank position on your hands.   ...

HOW: The modified tall plank position looks like a push up position but on your knees. Assume this position on your hands and knees. Simply hold this position for the desired amount of time.   FEEL: You should feel all the muscles in your stomach...