Would you like to improve your running efficiency? After mobilizing your hips and strengthening your glutes in the last two videos, stabilize your hip joint! Help stabilize the knees and run effectively with this series of clamshell exercises.
Would you like to improve your running efficiency? After mobilizing your hips from last week’s video, learn how to recruit your glutes! Strengthen your glutes and run effectively with this series of glute bridges.
Test the strength of an essential golf swing muscle, the gluteus maximus! Without its proper engagement, the stability of your back swing and the power of your downswing and impact will be reduced. Use this guide to help analyze and strengthen your glutes!
Did you know that the glute muscles stabilize your hips and give the lower back support? However, if these muscles are weak, the muscles in your back must overcompensate to stabilize your body, creating undue pressure and tension and stressing the low back. By activating and strengthening the glute muscles – maximus, medius, minimus- help […]
IT Band Syndrome – an overuse injury of the connective tissues located on the outer part of thigh and knee, causing pain and tenderness especially just above the knee joint- may be due to weak hip muscles! Talk to one of our physical therapists if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, and learn how […]
Improve one of the most basic movements in human development, the squat. Squatting is a fundamental movement which helps us in many other important mechanics. In this series, we’ll be reviewing how to improve your squat form. After mastering the hip hinge and the Toe Touch Progression to help improve your hip hinge and squat […]
To finish up our Bulletproof the Knee Series, we’d like to leave you with a great article offering additional exercises, form tweaks, and shoe advice to keep you running injury-free. ~Click the photo to read the article~
After working on the proper activation and engagement of your glutes in the previous videos, this week’s exercise helps improve the strength of your glutes. Choose a band that provides enough resistance to strengthen, but not so much that you compensate.