HOW: Start in a standing position with a slight bend in your knees. Reach one arm up and over your head. At the same, reach the opposite arm across your chest towards the other side. Exhale out as you reach as far as you...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet spread far apart in a wide stance. Place your hands on your hips and move them in a circular motion tilting the pelvis in a different direction as you rotate it.    FEEL: As your hips...

HOW: Start in a standing position while holding a medball with both hands wrapped around it. Keep your back flat as you step forwards with one leg slightly bending the knee while keeping the other leg straight back for balance support. Keep most of...

HOW: Start in a standing position while holding a stick or club on the front of your shoulders supported by both hands. Keep your back flat as you step forwards with one leg slightly bending the knee while keeping the other leg straight back...

HOW: Start in a standing position while holding onto each end of a resistance band. Keep your back flat as you step forwards with one leg slightly bending the knee while keeping the other leg straight back for balance support. Keep most of your...

HOW: Start in a standing position.. Place your hands on a stick, shift your weight to one leg, and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then, rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do this going forwards and backwards...

HOW: Anchor a band to a lower position closer to the ground. Start facing away from the anchored band in a side plank position on your elbow with your top leg on the ground in front of your bottom leg. Grab onto the band...

The Pelvic Rotation Assessment is a good way to look at how well you move one area of your body, or dissociate one area of your body, without moving other areas of your body. To begin this assessment, get set up in a standing position with...

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