HOW: Get cones set up in a triangle pattern. Standing in front of one cone facing another cone, begin advancing to that cone by staying on your toes and quickly stepping to the cone with your knees bent and upper half slightly hinged forward...

HOW: Begin in a half kneeling position. One knee is bent up with your foot flat on the ground and the other knee is on the ground with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, raise your body up by pushing into the...

TIMESTAMPS 0:00​ Intro 0:31​ Stairs Rehab hack 2:48​ Chair Rehab hack 06:03​ Conclusion USE THE STAIRS AS PART OF YOUR REHAB In this video, we go over tips on how to go up and down the stairs if your knee is sensitive. Furthermore, we discuss some ways to make the stairs...

HOW: Position a barbell on the front on your shoulders and point your elbows straight out as you hold onto the bar with your palms up. Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. Hinge forward slightly at the hips and bend your knees performing...

HOW: Find your “power stance”, or the stance you would set up in if you were told to jump as high as you can. This is your starting position. Before you lift he bar all the way up, pause as soon as the bar...

HOW: Position a barbell on top of your trap muscles with a firm grip on both sides. Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. Hinge forward slightly at the hips and bend your knees performing a back squat. Once you squat down as comfortably...

HOW: Begin in a seated position in a chair. Place a slider underneath one foot. Your ankle should be under your knee. Keep your knee still as you rotate your foot out and back in only rotating your lower leg.    FEEL: You won’t feel...

HOW: Start a squat position with your knees bent and hips slightly hinged forward. Push into the ground and jump as high as you can creating the triple extension of your feet, knees, and hips. As you land go in directly into the squat...

HOW: Start by facing a wall. Stand as close as you can to it with your feet up against it spread about shoulder width and your toes slightly facing outward. Raise your arms up overhead. Use your core and hip muscles to pull your...

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