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A Simple Modification To Maximize Your Bridge Exercise for Hip Extension

Bridge ExerciseThe bridge exercise is a simple and effective exercise to begin working on hip extension and turning on your glutes.  This in itself is so important to restoring muscle imbalances of the lower extremity and core.  Common postural adaptations include … Read more >

TRX Serratus Slide

serratus anteriorThe serratus anterior is an extremely important muscle that helps control normal shoulder and scapular function by protracting and upwardly rotating the scapula. In addition, the serratus assists in stabilizing the scapula against the rib cage, preventing scapular winging. These … Read more >

Side Plank Clam and Side Plank Hip Abduction Exercises

side plank clam shellThere is no doubt that the core and pelvis intricately work together to produce spine and pelvic mobility and stability.  Most of us tend to focus on both core stabilization and hip mobility and strength separately, at least initially in … Read more >

Corrective Exercises for the Straight Leg Raise and Rotary Stability Components of the Functional Movement Screen

FMS Corrective Exercises

As the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) continues to grow more popular, many people are looking for suggestions for corrective exercises based on someone’s FMS results.  My friend Joe Heiler, who runs the SportsRehabExpert website that I am quite fond of, … Read more >

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Is strength alone enough to assure proper function of a specific muscle?  Can a specific muscle function well without proper stabilization?

Steve Smith APIToday’s guest post is from Steve Smith, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS. Steve is the Manager of Performance Physical … Read more >

Training the Upper Body, Lower Body, and Core on the Bosu Balance Trainer

Bosu Ball

I am sure that many of you are familiar with the Bosu Balance trainer device. It has been around for a few years now and is one of those products that can be useful for rehabilitation, injury prevention, and even … Read more >