This core engagement technique enhances quality timing, mobility and stability in single leg stance.
Dorsiflexion Resisted Ball Roll with Core Activation with FMT
This exercise helps develop dorsiflexion throughout a full range of hip, knee and ankle mobility.
- Starting Position:
While lying on your back, loop one handle of the tubing around your foot and the other around your opposite side hand. The point of attachment is the height of the ball. First movement is extending the straight arm, holding the tubing, over your head and hold.
Before your roll the ball, pull your toes up toward your head and hold while you roll the ball as far as you can by bending your knee. Then roll ball back, lowering your arm. For more resistance, slide farther away from point of attachment. Before starting your exercise, please make sure the point of attachment for the tubing is secure.
This self-limiting exercise helps to expose a lack of motor control and bilateral asymmetries in the Tall Kneeling position.
This is a lower body rolling pattern used to increase the dynamic stability and core communication connecting the upper and lower body in a natural rotational pattern.
This exercise is used to increase resistive ability and assess right and left hip contribution in the hip hinge.