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: 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: Begin in plank position with your forearms on the ground, flat back, and your toes pushing into the ground. From here, push into the ground with your forearms lifting your body up. Catch yourself placing your hands on the ground slightly wider than...

HOW: Start by lying on your side. Lay on the opposite shoulder you want to work. Place your lower hand on the top shoulder lifting that elbow off of the ground. Place your top hand on the ground in front of your bent elbow....

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Place a slider under one foot. In this position, you will balance on the opposite arm and leg. The wider you are the easier to balance, the more narrow the more challenging this will be. Bring the...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:26 Serratus Anterior Definition 1:31 Closed Chain Serratus Anterior 3:38 Open Chain Serratus Anterior 5:28 Conclusion Serratus Anterior, which is also known as the โ€œBig Swing Muscleโ€ or โ€œBoxerโ€™s muscleโ€ due to its effectiveness of protracting the scapula. Not only does this muscle have a cool name, but...

HOW: Anchor bands and grab one in each hand facing the high anchor. The first exercise is a shoulder T. Perform this by keeping your elbows straight and pulling the bands from in front of your chest backwards to make a โ€œTโ€ symbol. Next,...

HOW:Begin in the quadruped position with your back flat, knees on the ground underneath the hips, and your hands underneath your shoulders. From here, keep your elbows straight as you bring your shoulder blades back. Once they are as far back as you can...

HOW: Start by positioning yourself with both knees on the ground. Place your hands on the ground underneath your shoulders. Bend your elbow as you shift your weight to one side and as you lower shift your weight to the other side and then...

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