Select a weight that is appropriate for you to lift. Holding the weight stand on the opposite foot. Lower the weight to the ground and back up, making sure to keep your balance, slight bend in the knee, full bend in the hip. The weight should go down directly under where it starts.
Lock your fingers and place your hands behind your head. You’re going to push your head into your hands and your hands into your head firmly, not allowing your head or your hands to move. You’re going to hold for between 10 and 30 seconds, depending on your neck strength.
Start holding the band by the ends in a ‘U’ shape. Stand on the band and put your feet at shoulder width apart or slightly wider than shoulder width. Bring your arms up to 90 degrees, hold your arms there and squat. If you’re having trouble with the squat you can put a chair behind […]
The Good Morning Squat is considered more of a backwards and forwards exercise, rather than an up and down exercise. Start with your feet shoulder width apart, and a little away from the wall. Poke your bum backwards until you can just touch the wall without losing balance. What you should feel is a […]
The hip lift is done laying on the ground with your feet up on a hard surface, and your knees and hips at 90 degrees. What you’re going to do is push your heels hard into the chair to pick your bum up off the ground about four inches, or the height of your fist. […]
On your hands and knees with your face parallel to the floor, you lower your head down, keeping your face parallel to the floor. You then roll your head forwards touching your chin to your chest. Keeping your chin tucked in. You then try and bring your head back up so that your face is […]