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: 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: 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: 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...

HOW: Start with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width. Stick your butt out, keep your chest up and squat down. Once you reach your desired position, hold that for the prescribed amount of time. Push back up when done.   FEEL: You should feel...

HOW: Start with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width. Place the band loop just above your knees. Keeping your weight even, begin to squat down. As you squat down, push out with your knees and hold that for the prescribed amount of time.   ...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the way to one side trying to put 100% of your weight onto one...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Raise your heels and maintain this position for the entirety of this exercise. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the...

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