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: Use a chair or stable surface to support your weight. Shift your body weight to one side as you bend the other knee and try to bring your heel up as high as you can using your hamstring muscles. Slowly lower it down...

HOW: Face away from an elevated surface. Place your hands on the ground directly under your shoulders and elbows locked out. Put your feet on the step with your toes pushing into the step creating a plank position. Straighten your knees by squeezing your...

HOW: In a standing position, shift your weight to one leg. Bend that knee and reach out to the side as far as you can comfortably go and tap your toe. Stay balanced on the one leg as you bring the leg back and...

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 with the anchored suspension trainer bands in both hands. Stand tall as you begin with tension in the bands. While holding your hands at chest height, step back with one foot bending and lowering the front knee. Use your arms and the...

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...

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