Who loves some Copenhagen planks?! �‍♂️ Here is a video snippet of a variety of regressions to the familiar Copenhagen plank that most know. . There is rightly an emphasis on the gluteals and their role in frontal plane knee stability in rehab, but far too often...

�️♂️ In end-stage shoulder rehab, it's all about getting away from isolated shoulder girdle exercises and bringing in the entire kinetic chain. At this point in time, there should be minimal/no pain and focus should be on strength and power development as well as a...

I absolutely love the dead bug and all of its variations for working on lower abdominal control with my patients. One of the most important things to look out for in this exercise is to make sure your client is using their lower abdominals and...

Do you have shoulder pain or limitations with overhead arm movements including… Reaching Pressing Throwing Lifting objects Playing sports You likely would benefit from a shoulder stabilization program! We post a lot of shoulder and scapular stability exercises that would help, however we have received a lot of questions about where...

Golf demands every motion at the hip. The first drill is an excellent hip opener for a tight groin and hip flexors, but more importantly I love the follow-up move. Golfers must own the hip hinge - learning to find and hold a good address...

Golf is a challenging sport, both physically and mentally. One of the greats said it best. Jack Nicklaus - "You can win tournaments when you're mechanical, but golf is a game of emotion and adjustment. If you're not aware of what's happening to your mind and...

Check out these two isometric exercises focused on wrist pronation and supination! Isometrics are an excellent way to re-introduce exercise because they produce what is called an analgesic effect - that can reduce the pain you feel by altering the nociceptive/pain pathways to your brain. There...

Here are some of my favorite low back and hip warm-up + cool-down mobility drills. I like to perform these movements especially before and after golf. Opening up the thoracic spine and hips is so important to feel not restricted with your golf swing. However,...

Building off the mobility and control we've gained in the past videos (refer to golf hip warmup and loaded hip mobility), now it's time to progress to a standing loaded position. Here is a modification of a standing hip CAR using a kettle bell to...

Here is Phase 2 of an excellent core exercise program designed to improve passive core stiffness. An article by Benjamin C. Y. Lee and Stuart M. McGill in 2015 compared a long term dynamic (i.e., curl up) vs. isometric (i.e., plank) core training program. A 6...

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