Exercise Videos: Lower Limb
Strength and Control
Mobility and Flexability
step out into a split leg squat position. Squeeze the glutes on the front leg to drive you up onto the front leg. Once in the upright position, engage the glute in your back leg to control your movement as you shift your weight backwards from your front to your back foot.
Back leg bent and placed on a chair, front heel elevated by book/dumbbell so toes are pointed down. Flatten back and squat down so the back knee bends. Squeeze through the glute on the front leg to bring your body back up. Maintain a steady position of your knee throughout and don't let your body come forward. Repeat and alternate legs
Standing against a wall, have one foot slightly behind the other with both knees bent. Push your back heel into the ground and feel the stretch low down in your calf.
While standing, bring your heel towards your bottom and grasp it with the hand on the same side. Gently pull your heel further towards your bottom while not arching your back. You can use your free hand to hold onto a wall for balance if needed.
Bend forward at the waist with your front leg straight and back leg bent. Keeping your hips level, lower your trunk as if you are going to sit on your back leg while keeping your front leg straight.
Sit with both legs out and relaxed in front of you. Bent one leg and rest the flat part of your foot against the inside of the other thigh. Use your hands to gently push the bent knee towards the ground
Crouch on the ground with one leg straight in front of you and the other bent and resting on the ground. Keeping your front leg straight and toes pointing up, lower your bottom as if you are going to sit on your back leg.
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