HOW: Start by sitting with your feet under your knees and your knees bent. Place a towel(on a smooth surface) underneath your foot. Keep your hip and knee still while your foot moves the towel in and out.    FEEL: You should feel the muscles...

HOW: Start by sitting with your feet under your knees and your knees bent. Place a towel (on a smooth surface) underneath your foot. Keep your hip and knee still while your foot moves the towel in until there is no towel to use.    ...

HOW: Start by sitting with your feet under your knees and your knees bent. Place a towel (on a smooth surface) underneath your foot. Keep your hip and knee still while your foot moves the towel out to the side until there is no...

HOW:Using cones, lines, hurdles, or any other object, slowly step over each object with your involved leg. Lift your ankle up to help you clear the object.   FEEL: You may feel tightness in your knee as you do this, this is normal.   COMPENSATION: Do not...

HOW: Using cones, lines, hurdles, or any other object, slowly step over each object with your uninvolved leg. As you take a step with your involved leg, work on “staying strong” and squeezing your glutes and quadriceps as you make contact with the ground....

HOW: Start in a seated position. Grab a towel or strap with both hands and wrap it around the balls of one of your feet. Bend the knee up placing just your heel on the ground.  Pull the towel towards you bringing your toes...

HOW: Start in a seated position with your heel on an elevated surface and your foot hanging off. Allow your toes to go down towards the floor and then bring your toes up towards the ceiling. Make sure to use a high enough surface...

HOW: Start with one foot on a soccer ball or similar ball like a medicine ball. Jump with the leg not on the ball and land softly with the opposite leg.  The leg that jumped should now be positioned with one foot on the...

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