HOW: Place a firm object like a ball between your legs and squeeze. Maintain this contraction the entire time while performing a bridge.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles on the insides of your thighs and glutes working.   COMPENSATION: Do not arch the back....

HOW: Use a frictionless surface (ie magazine on carpet, pillow cloth on hardwood) under one foot - this will be the moving foot. Keeping all your weight on your opposite leg, slowly lower yourself and slide your foot out. Squeeze the inside part of...

HOW: Begin in a full side plank with one foot in front of the other, keeping your body in one straight line from your heels to your hips to your shoulders. Hold for a few seconds, then drop your hips down on the floor....

HOW: Follow along with the detailed video tutorial for all movement cues!   FEEL: You should feel nice and warm after completing this, ready to tackle the program or workout!   COMPENSATION: None. ...

HOW: Start in a bear position with your knees a half inch off the ground. In this position, your shoulders should be engaged and driving into the ground. Bring one knee under your body and through to the other side. Drive both heels into...

WHY: It is very important to restore normal walking and gait mechanics after surgery. Using a walker you are in control of how much weight to put on your leg. You can use your arms to offload weight. Try to put as much weight...

WHY: It is very important to restore normal walking and gait mechanics after surgery. Using a cane you are in control of how much weight to put on your leg. You can use your arm to offload weight. Try to put as much weight...

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