HOW: Stand on the edge of a taller box/step and balance with all of your weight on the leg you want to exercise. Make sure you are next to a sturdy surface that will support your weight, we will be using this for assistance. Your...

HOW:  Stand on the step. Shift all of your weight to one leg. With the opposite foot in the air, your goal is to reach forward as far as you can where you begin to loose control of the descent. At this point, your foot...

HOW: For this exercise begin sitting comfortably in a chair with a small step or book resting at your feet. From here, place your feet under your knees with your toes resting comfortably on the edge of the elevated object. Then, let the heels...

HOW: Begin this exercise by finding a comfortable step height for you.  With the step in front of you, step back into a reverse lunge with one leg then push up through the front leg and use that back leg to step up onto...

HOW: Begin in a seated position with your toes resting on a slightly elevated surface with some form of padding resting on your knee and a weight resting on that padded surface. From here, you are going to quickly push up onto your toes working...

The Lateral Step Down Assessment is a reliable way to test your strength and endurance one leg compared to the other. Set up a step on the ground that is 20cm tall(~8in). Stand on one side of the step with the opposite leg off the...

HOW: Get set up standing with a bench or elevated surface behind you. Place one leg back onto the bench  with your lower leg and top of your foot on top of the bench slightly bending that knee. From here, raise your heel off the...

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