HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet together and a slight bend in both knees. Slightly hinge forward at the waist and cross your arms across your chest with your hands on your shoulders. From here, turn your hips from side to...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet spread far apart in a wide stance. Place your hands on your hips and move them in a circular motion tilting the pelvis in a different direction as you rotate it.ย    FEEL: As your hips...

HOW: Start in a standing position.. Place your hands on a stick, shift your weight to one leg, and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then, rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do this going forwards and backwards...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your knees slightly bent and a small forward hip hinge. Place your hands on your hips and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do...

HOW: Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Extend your arms out and over your chest with your palms together. Push into the ground and lift your hips up as high as you can. From...

HOW: Get in a seated position on the ground with one knee straight from your keeping your lower leg pointing in creating a 90 degree angle. Position your other knee out out to the side with your lower leg pointing straight back. From here,...

HOW: Get in a seated position on the ground with one knee straight from your keeping your lower leg pointing in creating a 90 degree angle. Position your other knee out out to the side with your lower leg pointing straight back. Stay in...

HOW: Begin by positioning yourself in the quadruped position. Both hands on the ground under your shoulders, and your knees on the ground underneath your hips. Find a neutral spine as shown in the video. Donโ€™t let the imaginary glass of water on your...

HOW: Stand next to a wall with the leg you want to work closest to the wall. Push the side of your leg into the wall without moving your leg. Use the opposite leg and core muscles to stay upright. Hold that contraction for...

HOW: Begin by placing your upper back on an elevated bench surface. Your shoulder blades should be just above the edge. Have your feet shoulder width apart and flat on the ground. Your knees bent with your feet slightly behind your knees. Push into...

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