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Exercises
Sit on a ball with your feet and knees together. Breathe with your diaphragm and keep your inner unit activated.
Sit on a ball with your feet and knees together. Breathe with your diaphragm while keeping your inner unit activated.
Sit on a ball with your feet and knees together. Lift your heels while breathing with the diaphragm.
Sit on a ball with your feet and knees together. Lift your heels while breathing with the diaphragm and keeping your inner unit activated.
Sit on a ball with your feet and knees together. Breathe with the diaphragm and your inner unit activated.
Lie on your back with knees bent and your feet flat, and your hands resting on your hip bones.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat and your hands resting on your hip bones.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat and your hands resting on your hip bones.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat. Rest your hands on your abdominals just inside your hip bones.
Lie on your back and place one hand on your upper chest and the other hand on your stomach between your navel and the bottom of your ribs. Inhale drawing the air to the bottom of the lungs first. Yo ...more
With your feet braced in a split stand against a wall, lie with your left side over the stability ball.
Sit on a ball and walk your feet forward until you are slightly reclined (as advised by your Physical Therapist at Grapevine Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine.
Lie with your knees bent and your feet flat. Cross your arms over your chest or rest tem gently on either side of your head.
Stand facing a pulley system or resistance band with one handle in each hand.
Stand facing a pulley system or resistance band with your arms straight and one handle in each hand.
Stand with your back against the wall and your arms at 30°.
Slide the right arm down the back of the right leg as your spine bends slightly backwards and to the right.
Stand with your arms at your sides. Slide the right arm down the right leg as your spine bends to the right.
Lie on your back, bring your right knee up towards your chest allowing your low back to press into the ground as your spine curls.
Important Note: This material is provided by Grapevine Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine for information purposes only. Do not begin exercising before obtaining a consultation and examination with Gr ...more
Important Note: This material is provided by Grapevine Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine for information purposes only. Do not begin exercising before obtaining a consultation and examination with Gr ...more