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Reverse Lunge, Elbow to Instep with Rotation (also known as: The World's Greatest Stretch). Learn it. Love it.

Reverse Lunge, Elbow to Instep with Rotation (also known as: The World's Greatest Stretch). Learn it. Love it.

Exercise of the Day! Get your body ready to train by stretching your torso and inner thighs with the 90/90 - Legs Crossed (Reverse).

Exercise of the Day! Get your body ready to train by stretching your torso and inner thighs with the 90/90 - Legs Crossed (Reverse).

Lateral Lunge

Lateral Lunge

Plank with Arm Lift

Plank with Arm Lift

Knee Hug - In Place

Knee Hug - In Place

2-Inch Runs to 10 Yard Sprint

2-Inch Runs to 10 Yard Sprint

Glute Bridge (1-leg)

Glute Bridge (1-leg)

Pillar Skip

Pillar Skip

Carioca

Carioca

Exercise of the Day! The Reverse Lunge, Elbow to Instep with Rotation will prepare your hips, groin, hamstrings, and torso for a more effective training session.

Exercise of the Day! The Reverse Lunge, Elbow to Instep with Rotation will prepare your hips, groin, hamstrings, and torso for a more effective training session.

Exercise of the Day! Turn up the challenge to your pillar strength with the Plank with Arm Lift (TRX).

Exercise of the Day! Turn up the challenge to your pillar strength with the Plank with Arm Lift (TRX).

Golf!

Golf!

6 Must-Do Moves With a Stability Ball: After warming up with light cardio for five minutes, work your way through this series of six exercises.

6 Must-Do Moves With a Stability Ball

6 Must-Do Moves With a Stability Ball: After warming up with light cardio for five minutes, work your way through this series of six exercises.

Meanrat Workout

Meanrat Workout

Occupational therapy - office stretches http://www.exerciseforlife.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/office-stretches_800.jpg

Occupational therapy - office stretches http://www.exerciseforlife.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/office-stretches_800.jpg

PSOAS!!!  The source of back pain. This muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's ONE of the common causes of lower back pain! If you can stretch this regularly then your l (Pnf Stretching Fun)

PSOAS!!! The source of back pain. This muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's ONE of the common causes of lower back pain! If you can stretch this regularly then your l (Pnf Stretching Fun)