HOW: Begin in a standing position with a sturdy wall in front of you. Stand close enough to the wall so that you can throw and catch the medball off of the wall. Start by holding the ball against your chest with both hands....

HOW: In a standing position, hold onto a medball with both hands. Have a small bend in your knees and a slight forward hinge in your hips and upper body. Bring the ball to your chest. Push the ball to the ground with both...

HOW: Begin in a seated position with your hands interlocked behind your head. Bring your elbows in towards your knees as you round your back and shoulders forward. After your rounded forward as much as you can, slowly reverse back opening up your chest...

HOW: Start by grabbing onto a medball and stand with a wall at your side. With a wide stance, load the outside leg by shifting most of your weight into your foot. Push into the ground with the inside part of your foot, transferring...

HOW: Start by grabbing onto a medball and stand with a wall at your side. In a narrow stance, step to the side with your outside foot shifting your weight to that foot. Push into the ground with the inside part of your foot,...

HOW: Begin lying on your stomach with your elbows bent at your side and your hands on the ground in a relaxed position. From here, push yourself up and bring one knee up towards your chest. Load onto that leg and begin to sprint...

HOW: Start by holding onto a medball standing near a wall that is on one side of you. Take a step towards the wall with your inside foot and at the same time pivot with the outside foot and use your core and hips...

HOW: Attach a band in front of you and behind you to a strong, sturdy surface at about chest height. Stand in an athletic position with your knees slightly bent and have one band in each hand. Have your arm extended holding onto the...

HOW: Begin by lying down underneath a racked barbell. If you donโ€™t have a squat rack, place the barbell on your hips, lift your hips into the air, and position the bar up in front of your chest. After that, one hand to the...

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