HOW: Begin in a runner's stance position. Lower your body as if you are reaching the elbow towards the heel of the leg in front. Really sink down as far as you can. With each exhale sink a bit deeper.   FEEL:  You should feel...

HOW: Begin in a half-kneeling position with your back foot resting on an elevated surface. Make you keep your pelvis tucked then shift forward towards the front leg.   FEEL: You will feel a stretch on the front of your thigh of the back leg.   ...

WHY: This exercise will help with learning back and pelvic body awareness as well as it promotes global mobility of these regions. This exercise also provides the opportunity for your back to get comfortable with moving in and out of your spinal flexion and...

HOW:  Get set-up laying flat on your back with your knees bent and feet supported on the ground. Place your hands on your hip bones to help with learning body awareness. Perform and maintain a small amount of posterior pelvic tilt prior to starting....

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees in a tabletop position with your knees spread as far as comfortable. Rock back until you feel adequate stretching of your groin.   FEEL: You will feel a stretch in the groin/adductor region.   COMPENSATION: Make sure to keep...

HOW: Get down on your knees and sit onto your heels if able. Think of tucking your tail between your legs and squeeze your glutes hard. Doing this should naturally begin to thrust your hips forward, but if it hasn't, slowly begin to thrust...

HOW: Grab a weighted slam ball. Stand on one leg and perform a single leg RDL, hinging at the hips. Once your reach the bottom of the single leg RDL, throw the ball against the ground and catch it as it comes back up.   ...

HOW: Start by standing on one leg balanced with the other foot in the air and the knee straight in front of you. Perform a single leg squat by reaching the foot in the air in front of you keeping the knee straight and repeat.FEEL: You...

HOW: Place one leg up and across on a table with the leg supported by the table, position the other leg straight with the foot supported on the ground. Your shin should be perpendicular to your body with the leg that is on the...

WHY: This exercise will stretch a muscle that is in front of your hip going down towards the knee.   HOW: While laying on an elevated surface such as a couch, table, or bed bring one knee into your chest. Allow the other leg to...

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