Shoulder Shrugs

• Lie on your right side with your head raised off the floor and your arms positioned in front of your body for stability. Extend your legs and point your…

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Backward Shoulder Circle

• Stand upright with your feet shoulder width apart and your arms hanging loosely by your sides. This is your starting position. • Move your shoulders in a circle like…

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Standing Calf Raise

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Level : Beginner • Stand on the edge of a step or on the floor. • Stand tall with your abdominals pulled in, the balls of your feet firmly planted…

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Mountain Climbers

• Get into pushup position. Get down on the floor on your hands and feet. • Pull one knee up and in toward your midsection. Lift one foot and begin…

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Spider Man Crawl

• Get into a push-up start/plank position. • Bring your right knee up to your right elbow by bending your knee. • Extend your left arm forward and keep your…

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Jumping Jack

• Stand upright with your legs together, arms at your sides. • Bend your knees slightly, and jump into the air. • As you jump, spread your legs to be…

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High Knees

• Stand with your feet hip-width apart. • Lift up your left knee to your chest. • Switch to lift your right knee to your chest. • Continue the movement,…

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Arm Circle

• Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and extend your arms parallel to the floor. • Circle your arms forward using small controlled motions, gradually making the circles bigger until…

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Glute Bridge

• Lie on the floor with your entire spine in contact with the floor. Place your hands on the floor next to your hips. Flex your knees to 90 degrees.…

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Floor Hip Abduction

• Lie on your side on a mat/floor with your legs extended straight away from your body. • Hold your feet together in neutral position (at 90 degrees to your…

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