HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Push back into a child’s pose, round your back within your tolerance. Lay yourself flat facing down to transition yourself to a press up. Move slow and controlled and press up within your tolerance. If either of...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees in a tabletop position with your knees spread as far as comfortable. Rock back until you feel adequate stretching of your groin.   FEEL: You will feel a stretch in the groin/adductor region.   COMPENSATION: Make sure to keep...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position of your knees and hips. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation extend your legs out one at a time. The closer...

HOW: Stand next to a doorway or pole. Reach the arm you want to stretch over and across your body and grab onto the doorway with your palms face up, not down. Cross your leg on that side behind you. Slowly let your hips...

HOW: Get down on your knees and sit onto your heels if able. Think of tucking your tail between your legs and squeeze your glutes hard. Doing this should naturally begin to thrust your hips forward, but if it hasn't, slowly begin to thrust...

HOW: Grab a weighted slam ball. Stand on one leg and perform a single leg RDL, hinging at the hips. Once your reach the bottom of the single leg RDL, throw the ball against the ground and catch it as it comes back up.   ...

HOW: Grab a weighted ball like a slam ball. Stand on one leg and toss it sideways against a wall or another surface that will rebound the ball back to you so you can catch it once again.   FEEL: You should feel all the...

HOW: Get into the tall plank position on your hands. Push the ground away from your and protract your shoulder blades. Slowly lift one arm away from the ground. From this position, slowly relax your shoulder blade muscles to lower your body slightly -...

 HOW: Sit next to a table with your affected arm resting on the table. Make sure there is little friction on the table, you can easily place a towel, shirt, or some other object on the towel to make it slide easier. Your goal...

HOW: Place your affected arm on a high surface like a countertop out in front of you. Let your shoulder completely relax. Either step back away from the table or move your hips away from the table or both, to slowly increase the amount...

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