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Video: Prone Shoulder Series

The prone shoulder series is an excellent grouping of four simple exercises that aim to correct sitting and standing posture, and strengthen the muscles in the upper back for stability throughout shoulder range of motion. Watch Cameron and Alex as they walk you through this series of shoulder movements, then give them a try on

Video: Ankle Mobility

Poor range of motion in the ankle affects your ability to function correctly as an athlete. Proper dorsiflexion (toes toward the shin) is important for many functional movements, including, squatting, step down activities and landing from a jump. When this motion is limited, you increase your chance for injury along

Video: Foam Rolling – Piriformis and Glutes

Foam rolling is a common practice used in a multitude of athletic and rehabilitation scenes. Called self-myofascial release (SMR), or self-massage, foam rolling is a technique that aims to inhibit overactive muscles for relaxation and less restricted movement. Rolling can be a great benefit both before and after a workout.

Video: THE Winter Workout For 2016

We can all agree that humans are two-legged creatures. How often though, besides standing, are we actually on two legs while upright? Walking is a single leg activity.. Running is a single leg exercise.. Kicking a ball is a single leg skill.. So if you think about it, we spend

Video: Foam Rolling

Foam rolling is a common practice used in a multitude of athletic and rehabilitation scenes. Called self-myofascial release (SMR), or self-massage, foam rolling is a technique that aims to inhibit overactive muscles for relaxation and less restricted movement. Rolling can be a great benefit both before and after a workout.

Video: Push-Up

While the push-up is a great exercise for building your chest muscles, this compound movement also focuses on your arms, shoulders, back, abdominals and legs. The push-up is easy to add to any workout as it requires no equipment and can be modified to increase or decrease difficulty with simple

Video: Single Leg Romanian Dead Lift (RDL)

This Single Leg RDL exercise focuses on lengthening and strengthening the posterior chain (hamstrings, glutes and low back), while challenging your dynamic stability. The hinging movement seen in this exercise consists of a slow eccentric stretch in the hamstring followed by a rapid contraction of the glutes. The muscular benefits

Video: Full Body Circuit

Looking for a little guidance when it comes to working out? Try starting with this great full body circuit from Gresham’s Cameron Purington, ATC. Use the quick, yet effective routine as your daily exercise, or introduce it every couple of weeks to add variation and excitement. During the circuit, start

Video: Stretching: Dynamic vs Static

The following video addresses the different methods used to stretch, specifically static vs dynamic. Watch Athletic Trainers Cameron Purington (Gresham SportsCare, Barlow HS) and Alex Nelson (Gresham SportsCare, Reynolds HS) as they explain the differences and share the appropriate times to use static or dynamic stretching. Take notes as they

Video: GLUTES!

Stretching.. Check! Mechanics.. Check! Alignment adjustments.. Check! Time off.. Check! Have you done everything under the sun to cure yourself of the knee pain you are experiencing? You may have thought so, but we have one more suggestion for you to try. One of the muscle groups likely to blame

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