The 5 rep max (RM) 3 Point Row Assessment is meant to check in on your horizontal pulling strength. You will need some weight (either dumbbells or kettlebells) and a sturdy surface to place your non-working arm on. You will stand with your feet under you...

Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:30 What does the calf muscle do? 1:00 What is a muscle strain? 1:53 Why do we see strains in the calf muscles? 2:51 What are calf strain symptoms? 3:32 Start with isometrics - why? 4:09 Isotonic exercises are next! 5:38 Onto eccentric work! 5:56 Should we stretch? Find out! Calf strains...

HOW: Begin by standing near a wall. Assume a march position to stabilize an object with the knee of the side of the thigh that is lifted. Abduct or push the thigh out into the object. Push your hips back, bend at the knees, let...

HOW: Start by lying on your back near a wall. Place both feet flat up against the wall. Find 90 degrees bend at the knees and the hips. The low back is flat against the floor. Extend your arms straight with a forward reach. Begin...

HOW: Line up the heel of one foot to the toe of the opposite foot. Take steps forward, getting heel-to-toe contact with each subsequent step. This is to challenge a more narrow base of support, dynamically. Options to move forward and backward. Repeat for...

HOW: Start by lying on your back with a band anchored behind you, about waist height. Take the band and pull it down with straight arms below chest height, right up to the line of the belly button. Take a tabletop position with knees and...

HOW: Start by lying on your back near a wall. Place both feet flat up against the wall. Find 90 degrees bend at the knees and the hips. The low back is flat against the floor. Tilt the pelvis posteriorly, or towards the top of...

HOW: Begin by standing near a wall. Assume a march position to stabilize an object such as a swissball using the knee of the leg that is in the march position closest to the wall. Abduct or push the thigh out into the object....

HOW: Anchor a band at ankle height. Attach the band around the arch of your foot. Begin by balancing on one leg with the option to use a wall or an object for upper body support.  Keeping tension in the hips and the torso, bring...

HOW: Anchor a band at or above head height. Grabbing onto the band, pull it towards you as you assume a face up lying position on the floor. Anchor the band around your ankle. Use the other leg to help push the resisted side towards...

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