HOW: Begin by lying face down with your arms down at your side and palms down. From this position, squeeze your shoulder blades back and then try to lift your shoulders, head, and neck off of the ground while keeping your arms straight. Return...

HOW: Start by lying on your back with a kettlebell in one hand. The side that is holding the weight, bend that knee up and place your foot flat on the ground. Bring the other leg and arm out from your body about 40...

HOW: Loop a band through a dumbbell or kettlebell. In a standing position, grab onto the band, bend your elbow, and position your hand in front of your shoulder. From here, press the band and weight straight up overhead. The slower you go the...

HOW: In a squat rack, place a band on each end with a weight attached at the bottom of the band. Make sure the band tension and weights are even. Place the middle of the bar in the front of your shoulders with your...

HOW: Anchor a band to a lower position. Grab onto the band with one hand and shift your weight to one leg lifting the other leg off of the ground. From here, hinge forward at the hips kicking your leg back and letting your...

HOW: Anchor the straps above your head. The closer your feet are to the anchor the harder the resistance and lower your body will go. Find the best distance for you. Hold the bands with your palms facing inward. Begin your hands out in...

HOW: Anchor the straps above your head. The closer your feet are to the anchor the harder the resistance and lower your body will go. Find the best distance for you. Hold the bands with your palms facing inward. Begin your hands out in...

HOW: Anchor suspension trainer bands above your head. Grab onto the bands with both hands. Lean back with your arms straight. The closer your feet are to the bands the father your will lean back, making the exercise harder. Squeeze your shoulder blades back...

HOW: Begin by standing while holding a kettlebell in one hand down at your side. Maintain a tall position and walk forward holding the kettlebell at your side for the prescribed amount of time or distance.    FEEL: You should feel your shoulder and trap...