Follow along in the video as Mike walks you through a groin flow. There is no required sets, reps, or amount of time to spend on each portion of the groin flow. Rather, listen to your body and spend as much time as you feel...

WHY:  This exercise will help you to learn low back and pelvic body awareness. Learning body awareness in these regions is important when trying to manage pain now and in the future. This exercise also promotes motion in this region and can help with...

HOW: Start in a half-kneeling position with one knee down. The first step is to posteriorly tuck your pelvis by imagining you're tucking a tail between your legs. Next, keeping this tuck, squeeze your glutes and core very hard and drive your hip forward,...

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...

HOW: Stand on an elevated surface with one foot off of the ledge. Lower the elevated foot by dropping your pelvis. Elevate your pelvis on that leg by using your glute muscles on the stance leg. If you have your hands on your pelvis...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees with a swiss ball under your stomach. Engage your core slightly then lift one arm up and the opposite leg towards the ceiling. Your shoulder blade should drive the arm movement, your glutes should drive the leg...

HOW: Lay face down with your arms overhead. Lift one arm up and the opposite leg towards the ceiling. Your shoulder blade should drive the arm movement, your glutes should drive the leg movement.   FEEL: You will feel the muscles on the back of...

HOW: Begin in a half kneeling position with a kettlebell in an overhead position. With control lower yourself to the side that is free and tap the floor. At first you don't have to go all the way down, as you feel comfortable lower...

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