HOW: Get set-up in a tall kneeling position with something under your knees for comfort. Have a band anchored in front of you with tension on it and hold it with your hands for assistance as needed with the exercise. You can have the...

HOW: Get set-up in a tall kneeling position with something under your knees for comfort and with a partner or weight holding your ankles down. Have a band around your torso that is anchored behind you with tension on it for assistance with the...

HOW: Start by assuming the tall plank position with both hands on the ball. Then slowly slide one hand into the middle of the swissball and gentle take away your other hand. Really drive the palm of your hands into the swissball in an...

HOW: Assume a sideplank position on a swissball. Dig your elbow into the middle of the swissball for the most stability. Stay strong through the shoulder and do not let it collapse. It will help to keep both of your feet on the ground...

HOW: First get into the hollow position by drawing your ribcage down and towards your hips. Slowly lift your legs and upper back off the floor to form a shallow "C" position. This is your hallow position. Once here, rock back and forth while...

HOW:  Start by lying on your back with your knees bent. Engage your core by drawing your ribcage down. Bring your shoulders and upper back away from the floor with the goal of bring your chest away from the floor as best you can....

HOW: Get set up on your hands and knees with your hands beneath your shoulders, and knees under your hips. Push into the ground with your hands, lift your knees off the ground, and support your body while trying to keep your back parallel...

HOW: Get set up on your hands and knees with your hands beneath your shoulders, and knees under your hips. Push into the ground with your hands, lift your knees off the ground, and support your body while trying to keep your back parallel...

HOW: Start by lying on your back. You will be performing an exercise very similar to an abdominal crunch. However in this exercise, imaging you are curl up one vertebrae at a time. Starting first at the top of your head, slowly lift your...

HOW: Start by lying on the ground on your back. Place your hand's palm down underneath your hips. Brace your core by drawing your ribcage down, which should flatten your back against the ground. This is your base position and you should not lose...