HOW: Begin by lying on a swissball with it comfortably under your belly button in a plank-like position. Push your toes into the ground engaging your glutes and core while keeping your back flat. From here, bring your elbows together down in front of...

HOW: Begin by lying on a swissball with it comfortably under your belly button in a plank-like position. Push your toes into the ground engaging your glutes and core while keeping your back flat. From here, bring your elbows together down in front of...

HOW: Grab a dumbbell in each hand and start in a standing position. With your elbows bent and at your side, bring them both straight up from the side as high as you can go.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles in your shoulder...

HOW: Place a swissball on a wall and position the middle or small of  your back on the ball. Lean into the ball while keeping your chest up. Walk your feet out and have them about shoulder width. From here, sit down like you're...

HOW: Drive one knee up at a time while moving your opposite arm up with the knee. Add a slight hop with the leg on the ground and straighten your leg out as the foot comes back down to the ground. Perform this going...

HOW: Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Keep both feet entirely on the ground throughout the movement. Place your hands in front of you about shoulder height to help counterbalance your weight. Hinge forward at the hips, and bend your knees as you...

HOW: Drive one knee up at a time while moving your opposite arm up with the knee. Add a slight hop with the leg on the ground and perform this going in a forward motion for the prescribed amount of reps. It is key...

⏱Timestamps: 1:03​ - What is the piriformis? 2:21​- What is piriformis syndrome? 3:18​ - How To Test For Piriformis Syndrome 5:36​ - Daily [P]Rehab tips for piriformis syndrome 6:45​ - Stretches for Piriformis Syndrome 8:45​ - Easy Exercises for Piriformis Syndrome 11:20​ - Harder Exercises for Piriformis Syndrome 12:58​ - Exercises to avoid...

The Cooper Test Assessment is a 12-minute run used to assess aerobic capacity. You will start a 12-minute clock and cover as much distance running as you can in this 12 minute period. If you need to pause during the assessment, no worries you can,...

The L Sit Assessment is meant to test your shoulder and core stamina in a very challenging position! Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test. Below you will find a description of how to do so. You can...

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