HOW:  For this exercise set up the specific piece of equipment in all of your finger tips and your thumb. Stabilize the end of your wrist with your other hand, then to perform the exercise spread your fingers away from one another while trying...

HOW:  Get set up ideally with your forearm supported on a surface with your hand off the edge and your elbow straight. Begin this exercise with a dumbbell in your fist with your palm facing down and your knuckle pointed up towards the ceiling....

BACKGROUND INFO: Also referred to as medial epicondylitis or medial epicondyle tendinopathy. Golfers Elbow is a common flexor tendon origin issue. Typically the most common muscles involved are the pronator teres and the flexor carpi radialis, but it can also involve other wrist flexors including...

HOW: Assume the tall plank position on your hands and knees. Starting with either your right or left hand, lower yourself to your elbow. Then do the same with your opposite side. Next, come back up to the tall plank position on your hands.   ...

HOW: The modified tall plank position looks like a push up position but on your knees. Assume this position on your hands and knees. Simply hold this position for the desired amount of time.   FEEL: You should feel all the muscles in your stomach...

HOW: Begin this exercise on your hands and knees. Drop your hips until your knees, hips, and shoulder are in a straight line. Stay strong in the scapula by pushing your body away from the floor. In a slow and controlled manner tap each...

HOW: In a seated position focus on tucking your chin towards the front of the upper part of your neck. Think about creating a "double chin".   FEEL: You will feel the muscles in the front of your neck activating. You may feel a stretch...

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