Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 1:10 What is plantar fasciitis? 2:10 How do get rid of plantar fasciitis? 2:38 Don't forget mobility! Why? 4:00 What is the role of the tibialis posterior? 5:00 Don't forget the small muscles! 6:00 Keep seeing gains!   Trust us when we say that stretching isn't enough! Yes, it's helpful to...

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...

This assessment will be checking your carrying capacity and core integrity in overhead, frontrack, and suitcase positions. To perform this start by picking a kettlebell that you can do a bottom-up hold on both sides. Once your weight has been selected you will start doing a walking...

The femoral nerve originates from our upper lumbar spine and supplies many of the muscles of the lower extremity. To assess this nerve's mobility, begin in a sidelying position and bring the knee you are laying on up towards your chest, at this point, also tuck...

This assessment will check in on your ability to achieve full knee extension with an active quadriceps. You will start by sitting on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Next, squeeze your quad attempting to lift your heel off the floor...

The broad jump is used to assess your explosiveness and horizontal power output. You will need a tape measure placed on the ground and rolled out. You will start with your toes lined up at 0. Next, you will jump out horizontally attempting to cover as...

The Crossover Hop Assessment is a reliable assessment to look at power and control of your legs. Set up a starting line on the ground with an object or piece of tape. You will need to start with your toe behind the line and your...

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