Now, before determining how to treat your pain, you must first determine beyond a reasonable doubt that you do in fact have cervical radiculopathy! Lucky for you, there are a battery of tests you can do now at home to help you recognize the signs...

Episode 392: "You've been doing your Side Steps Wrong!" Various studies have looked at the side step exercise and its many variations such as the monster walk. All of these exercises have found relatively high gluteal action, making them a staple in many corrective exercise programs....

The first exercise in this video is shielding the soccer ball. It is important to instruct the player to get low, keep a wide base of support, and to keep the core engaged in order to maintain balance. Also, the player on the ball should...

The first exercise shows a double leg forward hop, a lateral hop taking off from both legs but landing on the outside leg, and then a SL forward hop to receive the ball. In soccer, being able to control the body during a lateral movement...

In this video I demonstrate strengthening exercises that can be implemented as part of a comprehensive program to help reduce risk of injury. The first exercise is the Nordic Hamstring Curl, which is an eccentric hamstring exercise that has been shown to help reduce the risk...

In this video, I demonstrate a few single leg (SL) stability exercises utilizing a soccer ball and employing some common soccer techniques. The first exercise is a simple volleying drill. We challenge the SL stability more by not allowing the player to place his or her...

Here's a FANTASTIC exercise to work on the INTEGRATED CORE STABILIZATION SYSTEM [ICSS]. This exercise gets it’s origins from Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization [DNS] . How to Perform: - Quality over Quantity. Go slow. Do it right - Try to roll as a COMPLETE UNIT. Your arms, legs, head -...

We are HUGE ADVOCATES of the side plank and have highlighted this exercise as well as many variations of it prior. Briefly, the side plank has THE HIGHEST GLUTE MED EMG ACTIVITY OF ANY BODY WEIGHT EXERCISE. The glutes are so important to low back...

Are bird dogs so easy for you that you now find them pointless? Try out these 3 microprogressions for the starting quadruped position to really give your core and glutes a stability challenge. . 1) Put your hands closer together. This narrows your base of support, and...

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