This assessment is designed to assess your capacity to hold the hip hinge position comfortably while being able to breathe normally at the same time. There is no scientific evidence or research studies to support this test, however we have found this test to be...

HOW: Begin by lying flat on your back with your knees bent and feet supported on the ground. To perform the exercise, flatten your low back into the ground, then while maintaining this position lift your legs into the air so that your knees...

HOW: Get set up laying flat on your back. On the side you plan to mobilize (opposite side of your symptoms) - hug that knee towards your chest and support that thigh with your hands wrapped behind your knee. To perform the exercise, kick...

HOW: Get set up laying flat on your back. On the side you plan to mobilize - hug that knee towards your chest and support that thigh with your hands wrapped behind your knee. To perform the exercise, kick your knee straight while simultaneously...

HOW: Get set up laying flat on your back. On the side you plan to mobilize - hug that knee towards your chest and support that thigh with your hands wrapped behind your knee. To perform the exercise, kick your knee straight while simultaneously...

HOW: Follow along and perform at least 1 set of 3-5 reps of each movement! This back prep is designed to be a warm-up prior to an exercise routine that features mobility and activation exercises you can quickly perform in just a few minutes.   ...

HOW: Begin with one foot in front and the other leg extended back with your back toes pushing into the ground. Keeping your torso straight up, lunge forward and down for 5 seconds, hold that position for 3 seconds, and push back up into...

HOW: Start in an athletic position with your feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent. Place a med ball to one side by your toes. Grab the ball and come up with your feet, straighten your knees and slam the ball on the...

HOW: Start by holding a med ball in front of you in an athletic position with your feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent. All in one motion, you will start by raising your heels off of the ground as you straighten your...

HOW: Start in a squat position with your feet shoulder width apart, knees bent, and your back slightly hinged forward at the hips. Hold a med ball out in front of you with both hands. Maintain the squat position as you use your hips...

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