HOW: Get set up on your knees with your feet/ankles anchored. Be kneeling tall with your hands supported on an ab wheel. Perform the exercise by rolling the ab wheel forward while keeping your hips extended, your trunk/spine relatively neutral, and slowly lowering yourself...

HOW: Get set up on your knees with your feet/ankles anchored. Be kneeling but fully folded at your hips with your butt back, hands supported on an ab wheel with the ab wheel under your chest. Perform the exercise by rolling the ab wheel...

HOW: Begin in a star side plank position on your hand with your feet, knees, hips, and shoulders in a straight line. Elevate your top leg for the entirety of this exercise. Slowly lower yourself to allow your hips to tap the floor then...

HOW: Place your hand up against the wall at about shoulder height. Slowly lower yourself on the leg closest to the wall by reaching your elevated foot back, then explode up driving the elevated knee towards the ceiling. Lean into the wall for the...

HOW: Begin standing up with your hands against a wall with one knee up towards your chest. Drive the elevated leg down towards the floor then quickly exchange legs back to the starting position. This movement should be performed quickly and with power. Lean...

The Single Leg Bridge Endurance Assessment is a reliable tool developed and used to evaluate proximal lower body strength, pelvis and trunk control, and muscle endurance. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test and what to be...

HOW: Grab the desired medball weight and lift it above your head with both hands. To initiate the throw, squeeze your core and think of moving your ribcage down and closer to your hips. At the same time as doing this, forcibly throw the...

HOW: Begin in a plank position onto a foam roller while holding onto a resistance band with both arms. Your feet, hips, and shoulders should all be in one straight line. You will then roll out primarily driving with the shoulder blades while keeping...

HOW: Get into the tall plank position on your hands. Push the ground away from your and protract your shoulder blades. Slowly lift one arm away from the ground. From this position, slowly relax your shoulder blade muscles to lower your body slightly -...

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