HOW:  Stand on the step. Shift all of your weight to one leg. With the foot in the air, you will reach forward and lightly tap the ground with your heel, and then come back up to your starting position.   FEEL:  You should feel...

HOW: Get set-up seated with your back supported and support your leg by wrapping your arm under your knee. While keeping your thigh still, draw large circles in a clockwise and counter-clockwise direction with your ankle.   FEEL: You should feel your calf and ankle...

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out your calves! You only need to spend a minute or two maximum in each body region....

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out your Adductors! This muscle group attaches onto the pelvis which is what your low back sits on, so you can see how tightness here may influence your low back! You only need to spend...

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out the front part of your thigh! You want to avoid any bony landmarks like your actual hip bone and knee.  Essentially roll the entire area between those bones. You only need to spend a...

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out your TFL, IT band, and lateral thigh muscles! You want to avoid any bony landmarks your hip bone and knee bone. Essentially roll the entire area between those bones. You only need to spend...

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out your posterior thigh! You only need to spend a minute or two maximum in each body region....

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out the  muscles in your hips! You want to avoid any bony landmarks like your sitbones. Everywhere else on your hips you are welcome to roll as long as you want! You only need to...

HOW: Get into a squat position, as deep as you want. Slowly shift weight to one side, and then the other. The goal is to get comfortable with more weight on one leg.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles in your thigh work harder...

HOW: Stagger your feet by putting one leg forward and one leg back. Keep the majority of the weight distribution in your front leg, and begin to raise the heel of the front foot up and down.   FEEL: You should feel this in your...

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