HOW:  Start with your hands against a wall at shoulder height and be leaning into the wall. Push into the wall with your hip, knee, and ankle to assume a triple extension position. This is your starting position. Slowly bend your hip, knee, and...

HOW:  Begin in a single arm high plank position keeping your body in line (feet up to shoulders). From a high plank position, push yourself into a downward facing down, push the shoulder blade away from you as you move into this position. Return...

HOW:  Begin this exercise by placing a resistance band around your waist. You will then bound away from the anchor of the band and land on your opposite leg. Take a step back towards the anchor of the band then repeat.   FEEL:  The leg...

HOW: Get set up in a tall plank position with your fingers facing forward. While staying strong through your shoulder blades, arms, your wrist, and your fingers, slowly shift your weight forward so that your shoulders move over your wrists then shift back and...

HOW: Get set up balancing on one leg with good arch position. Begin the exercise by leaning forward and shifting your weight and center of gravity towards your toes. Go just until the point that you can control and not let your heel lift...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one leg. Begin the exercise by bouncing up and down on one foot on the balls of your foot and repeating as if you were single leg jump roping/hopping in place.   FEEL: You should...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground on a firm surface. Once balanced,...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position. Begin the exercise by bouncing from one foot to the other on the balls of your feet and repeating as if you were jump roping/hopping in place.   FEEL: You should focus on maintaining a rigid/stiff foot/ankle...

The Closed Kinetic Chain Upper Extremity Stability Assessment (CKCUEST) is a reliable tool developed and used to evaluate upper extremity functional performance and progress. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test. Below you will find a description...

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