Trunk Stability Rotation Knees Flexed

This bottom up t-spine rotation challenging static position of the scapular.

This bottom up t-spine rotation challenging static position of the scapular.

Set-Up: Lay on your back, knees and hips flexed to 90 degrees, shoulder at 90 degrees and arms straight. Place a foam roll or towel between the knees.

Action: Rotate the knees to one side, keeping the opposite shoulder blade down. Return to starting position and proceed toward the other shoulder. The hand on the side of rotation turns down while opposite hand stays turned up. To increase difficulty, straighten the knees.

Return: Return the feet to the ground.

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