Full Article Here: https://library.theprehabguys.com/groin-pain-rehab/   🏋️‍♂️ Now it’s time to get brutally strong. Not just your adductors and hip flexors, but your entire leg which includes the hamstrings, glutes, quads, and lower abdominals (in no particular order). You can get as creative as you want here, but some...

Knee Gains 💪🏻 Using a Theraband? [home knee extension set up] . 🏋️‍♂️ Knee extensions (or long arc quads) are hands down my favorite exercise for ANY knee patient. It is the single best way to isolate the quads and will find it's way into my programming at some point during...

🎥Shown in this series of videos are a bunch of different ways to mobilize your ankle and improve your range of motion! The ankle is one of the hardest joints to gain/regain mobility in, IMO largely due to the fact that people don’t USE their...

Staggered stance exercises can be a great way to bias one leg. . In rehab, staggered stances are often can be used to take load off certain tissues. Or conversely, it can be used to add load to tissue. All depends on the goal. . From a performance mindset,...

Gait training is an often overlooked aspect of early post operative rehab. I’m guilty as charged and early on I breezed through gait training and went straight after what I believed to be were bigger impairments like increasing range of motion or more “functional” exercises like squats...

💪🏻 Shown in these videos are some of our favorite SHOULDER STABILITY [P]REHAB EXERCISES. We absolutely love closed chain exercises (hand on the ground) for introducing and progressing shoulder stability exercises. In closed chain, you not only got good proximal activation of the entire pillar...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your feet about hip-width apart, no more than a foot away from the wall, and your back supported on the wall. Next focus on lowering yourself down as far as you feel comfortable, then pull yourself up...

HOW: While standing hold onto the TRX with one hand, the further you are from the suspension trainer the more difficult this exercise will become. Slowly lower yourself with control then pull yourself back up to starting position. Make sure you use your shoulder...

HOW: While standing hold onto the TRX with one hand, the further you are from the suspension trainer the more difficult this exercise will become. Slowly lower yourself while rotating your opposite arm towards the floor, then pull yourself back up to starting position....

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your feet about hip width apart. Next focus on lowering yourself half way down and hold this position. Make sure to keep your back on the wall for the entirety of this exercise. The further you bring...

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