HOW: Begin this exercise by balancing one leg. Next, focus on hinging primarily at the hips. This is achieved by bringing your torso forward and pushing your butt back. Kicking out the back leg may make it easier for you to counterbalance your trunk...

HOW: Begin by placing a band around your knees just above your knee cap. Stand with one foot flat in front of you and the other behind you with your toes pushing into the ground. Bend both knees and shift most of your weight...

HOW: Begin in an upright seated position with some clearance between your feet and floor. Kick one leg up all the way straight contracting your thigh muscles. Bring the other foot over the top of the straightened leg. The top leg should push down...

HOW: Stand in front of a chair or sturdy surface. Slightly stagger your feet to where one foot’s toes are aligned with the middle of the other foot. Perform a sit to stand by bending both knees, hinging forward at the hips and sitting...

HOW: Place your hands against the wall at about shoulder height. Hinge at your hips and bring your body forward, this will be a body on arm movement which will increase the amount of shoulder elevation you are working into. Bring your chest as...

HOW: Place two weight plates on the ground. Place your heels on the edge of each plate. Hold a kettlebell up at your chest with your elbows in. From this position, perform a squat by bending at the knees and hinging forward at the...

HOW: In a seated position, place a rolled small towel behind your knee as you bend it up to hold the towel in between your thigh and lower leg. Use both hands to pull your lower leg towards your thigh. Make sure to pull...

HOW: Place a dumbbell on an elevated surface. Stand next to the dumbbell in an athletic position with your feet shoulder width apart and your toes pointed forward. Squat down keeping your chest up, hinging slightly at the hips, and bending your knees.  At...

HOW: Stagger your feet by placing one foot slightly forward, making sure that your feet are about shoulder width apart. Place the leg you want to work more in the back. Then, complete a box squat by bending at your hips and knees like...

HOW: Place the swissball against a wall. Make sure to have a sturdy chair or step. While in a seated, upright position, push into the ball with your foot flat on the ball. There should be a bend in your knee as you push...

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