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Activities tagged: stability

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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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Plank: prone

A basic isometric stability exercise focused on spinal and scapular control. This exercises may not be appropriate for those with specific shoulder weakness or problems.

Tags: plank, isometric, spinal, stability, scapular

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Plank: side-lying

A basic isometric stability exercise focused on spinal and scapular control. This exercises may not be appropriate for those with specific shoulder weakness or problems.

Tags: plank, isometric, spinal, stability, side, scapular

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Side-stepping: basic

A basic lateral movement exercise focusing on lateral pelvic stability and proper movement

Tags: side, stepping, lateral, hip, abduction, stability, crab, walk, gluteus medius

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Side-stepping: resistance

A lateral movement exercise focusing on lateral pelvic stability and proper movement.

Tags: side, stepping, lateral, hip, abduction, stability, crab, walk, resistance, gluteus medius

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Spinal stability: multifidii sitting

Basic exercise for recruitment of the multifidus muscle, a "core" muscle that controls the stability the spine. Multidifudus is a part of the erctor spinae muscles (back extensors) that sit along the spine. It exists alone at the lowest levels, L4-L5-S1

Tags: spinal, stability, multifidii, multifidus, core, activation, sitting

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Spinal stability: multifidii standing

Basic exercise for recruitment of the multifidus muscle, a "core" muscle that controls the stability the spine. Multidifudus is a part of the erctor spinae muscles (back extensors) that sit along the spine. It exists alone at the lowest levels, L4-L5-S1

Tags: spinal, stability, multifidii, multifidus, core, activation, standing, rocking

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Shoulder stabilization: in flexion

basic scapular and shoulder stabilization exercise using elastic or cable resistance

Tags: scapular, shoulder, stability, stabilzation, numbers, setting, cuff, rotator

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Shoulder external rotation: basic

A very basic strengthening exercise for the external (outward) rotators of the shoulder

Tags: shoulder, stability, stabilization, external, rotation, rotators, teres, minor, infraspinatus, disco, cuff

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Shoulder & scapular stability

basic scapular and shoulder stabilization exercise using a small ball

Tags: shoulder, scapular, stabilization, control, stability, rotator cuff

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Anterior sling: supine with ball

A very effective ball exercise for core stabilization involving the anterior sling system (obliques and hip adductors))

Tags: core, stabilization, stability, ball, anterior sling, obliques, oblique, hip adductors, adductor, dead bug, deadbug

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Scapular stability: prone middle fibers trapezius

A scapular setting exercise focused on the scapular retractors, (trapezius, primarily the middle fibers, some rhomboids).

Tags: prone, scapular setting, stability, stabilization, horizontal, raises, retractors, retraction, mid, middle fibers, trapezius, rhomboid, rhomboids, MFT, traps

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Single leg stance

A very basic single-leg stability exercise

Tags: single, leg, 1, stance, stability, stabilization, balance, proprioception, foot, OLS

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Single arm forward press

A single arm forward press or chest press with resistance.

Tags: shoulder, chest press, bench press, rotator cuff, stability, stabilization, pec, pecs, subscapularis