Welcome to Envision Physiotherapy's activity tracker. We can help make sure you are doing the optimal rehab activities for your injury.

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Activities tagged: hamstrings

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Hamstring curls on ball

Closed chain exercise for hamstring stability and control.

Tags: hamstrings, stability, deep longitudinal system

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Step-ups

A simple step-up exercise with the focus on the posterior chain (glutes & hamstrings).

Tags: posterior chain, single leg, glutes, hamstrings

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Supine hamstring stretch

The most restful way to stretch the hamstring muscles (biceps femoris, semi-membranosus, semi-tendinosus).

Tags: supine, stretch, hamstring, hamstrings

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Sitting hamstring stretch

A common hamstring stretch, which can be very effective if done properly

Tags: stretch, runner's, hamstring, sitting, hamstrings

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Proximal hamstring stretch

An often overlooked stretch focusing on the proximal (upper) aspect of the hamstrings (biceps femoris, semi-membranosus/tendinosus) as well as glute max.

Tags: hamstring, hamstrings, proximal, stretch, standing, upper, biceps femoris, semi-membranosus, tendinosus, glute max, gluteus maximus

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Isometric: hamstrings

A simple exercise for hamstring strengthening in the early stages of rehabilitation, when more movement is not indicated

Tags: isometric, isometrics, hamstrings, hamstring, biceps femoris, semi-membranosus, tendinosus

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Isometric: co-contraction; hamstrings & quadriceps

A simple co-contraction exercise for quadriceps and hamstrings. A good strengthening exercise for the early stages of rehabilitation, when more movement is not indicated

Tags: isometric, isometrics, hamstrings, quads, quadriceps, vastus lateralus, intermedius, medialis, rectus femoris, biceps femoris, semi-membranosus, tendinosus

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Spinal stability: bridge, isolated from other core muscles

A basic bridge exercise working on posterior chain muscles (glutes, hamstrings, spinal extensors)

Tags: core stability, transversus abdominus, bridge, glutes, posterior chain, hamstrings, neutral spine