HOW: In a standing position, bring your arms up from your side to just below shoulder height(the lower your arms are the easier these will be). Move both arms in a circular motion as little or as big as you feel comfortable doing. Repeat...

HOW: Hold a ball in each hand(preferably the same weight) and bring your arms up from your side to shoulder height. Drop the ball and catch it as quickly as you can. Repeat this motion for as many reps as prescribed.    FEEL: You should...

HOW: Stand on a resistance band making sure there is an equal length on both sides. Have the band in each hand with your arms to your side. Raise your arms up at your side to shoulder height against the resistance of the band....

HOW: Begin by holding a ball in your hands and bringing it up to chest height with your elbows bent. Squeeze your shoulder blade muscles as you squeeze the ball with your hand. Perform this for as long as prescribed and then release.    FEEL:...

Plyometrics exercises should be an integral part of any lower extremity rehab or injury prevention program to increase power development and to teach proper absorption movement mechanics.   In the rehab realm, you could argue that it's even more important to learn to absorb forces than to...

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