HOW: Get set-up standing with a band around and above the knee with the band anchored in front of you. To perform the exercise, stand away from the anchor so that there is tension on the band so that it wants to pull your...

HOW: Get set-up standing with a band around and above the knee with the band anchored in front of you. To perform the exercise, stand away from the anchor so that there is tension on the band so that it wants to pull your...

HOW: In a standing position, bring your feet in at about shoulder width apart.  Keeping your knees straight, bend forward at the hips and attempt to touch your toes or the ground in front of your toes. Go as far as you can comfortably...

HOW: Begin by bending your knees and squatting all of the way down keeping your feet flat (imagine a baseball catcher’s position). Have a barbell resting on your shoulders  with a wide grip.  While holding that squat position, press the bar up and back...

HOW: Start by grabbing the barbell with a wide grip. Get in a good squat position with your feet shoulder width apart or slightly wider. Bring the barbell over your head with your elbows locked out. Keep your chest up and act like you...

HOW: Start in a comfortable seated position with your legs together out in front of you. Bend your back forward and reach for your toes with both hands as you keep your knees straight. Hold that stretch for the prescribed amount of time.    FEEL:...

HOW: In a standing position, start by bringing one knee up as high as you can tolerate(hip level is as high as you need to go). Push off with your toes on the opposite leg to drive the other knee up.  Alternate pushing off...

HOW: Start by standing straight up. Bring one knee up high towards your chest, then slowly begin to straighten out your knee as you lower your leg back down. As your toe gets closer to the ground strike the ground and slide your foot...

HOW:Using cones, lines, hurdles, or any other object, slowly step over each object with your involved leg. Lift your ankle up to help you clear the object.   FEEL: You may feel tightness in your knee as you do this, this is normal.   COMPENSATION: Do not...

HOW: Using cones, lines, hurdles, or any other object, slowly step over each object with your uninvolved leg. As you take a step with your involved leg, work on “staying strong” and squeezing your glutes and quadriceps as you make contact with the ground....

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