HOW: Grab onto a medball with both hands and have a wall to one side. Jump/bound with the outside leg landing on just that foot and lower the medball down and out. Quickly, jump/bound back to the inside foot towards the wall as you...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your legs as wide you spread them. Grab onto a light weight with both hands and hold it in front of your chests with your elbows bent. From here, shift your weight to one side as you...

HOW: Begin in a standing position. In this example, the tempo relates to the time it takes to lower into a squat, hold the squat, come back up, and the time in between reps. 5-3-1-0 is used for this squat. Five seconds to bend...

HOW: Loop a band just above your knees in a standing position. In this example, the tempo relates to the time it takes to lower into a squat, hold the squat, come back up, and the time in between reps. 5-3-1-0 is used for...

HOW: In a seated position on the ground or table, have your legs straight out from your hips. Rotate your foot outward, keep your knee straight, and squeeze your quad muscle pushing down with your knee. From here, keep the squeeze in your quad...

HOW: Get set up in a side plank position with your forearm on the ground, elbow underneath your shoulder, and your legs together with your knees bent. Push into the ground with your bottom knee, causing your hips to lift off of the ground....

HOW: Get set up in a side plank position with your forearm on the ground, elbow underneath your shoulder, and your legs together with your knees bent. Loop a band around your legs just above the knees. Push into the ground with your bottom...

HOW:  Start by lying on the ground or table. Place one leg in front and across you. Your shin should be perpendicular to your body. Slowly sink down with your chest until you feel a pull in the back of the hip. With the...

HOW: In any standing position with almost any exercise, the heel float is simply lifting your heel off of the ground about an inch shifting your weight to the balls of your feet.    FEEL: Once your weight is shifted on the balls of your...

HOW: Place cones on the ground in a diagonal pattern. Start on one end of the pattern. Run to the closest cone on the balls of your feet creating short quick steps. When you get to the next cone, pivot the outside leg and...