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Location: at home

Stand feet hip width apart facing the box, step or wall. Dumbbells relaxed by side.

Note: To prepare for any exercise you can relax dumbbells by your side and externally rotate them until your shoulder are back and down then return dumbbells to starting position, maintaining the new position.

Stand with feet shoulder width or slightly narrower, toes pointing forward (turn toes out slightly for women). Hold dumbbells to your side.

Note:To prepare any exercise it is important to set your posture. You can relax dumbbells by your side and externally rotate them until your shoulder are back and down then return to starting position.

Start with feet hip width apart. Shoulders back and down. Back in neutral position, core slightly braced.

Note:To prepare shoulder posture you can relax dumbbells by your side and externally rotate them until your shoulder are back and down then return to starting position maintaining the new shoulder position. Flexibility through your hip flexors is important so stretching your hip flexors before you start the exercise will reduce injury risk.

Standing up with the dumbbells in an overhand grip. Feet hip width or slightly wider, lifting your arches slightly while maintaining contact with the big toe. Soften the knees and sit back into the hips (push butt towards wall behind you).
Lean forward till the chest is either parallel or slightly above parallel to the floor, maintaining a neutral spine. Draw shoulders back so they sit in the joint. DB Relaxed with the thumbs pointing forwards.

Note:To prepare any back exercise you can relax dumbbells by your side and externally rotate them until your shoulder are back and down then return to starting position

Lay face down (Prone) on a mat or floor, with arms and legs outstretched. Toes in soft point.

Note: Keep arms and legs straight through full range of movement (ROM)

Start with feet hip width or wider (depends on hip joints/mobility), toes out. Lift your arches so your medial malleolus (known as ankle bone – bony prominence on the inside of ankle) are facing each other. Knees following direction of second toe. Bring dumbbells up onto shoulders, keeping shoulder blades back and down. Elbows up.