ACL exercise- lateral hip strength

ACL exercise- lateral hip strength

This exercise can be used to prevent acl injuries as well as to do after injury. Often, our lateral hip is very weak which leads to acl injuries. This simple exercise with a loop will help you strengthen the hips and prevent injuries.

Plantar Fasciitis Foam Roller Exercises

Try these foam roller exercises to help alleviate plantar fasciitis pain.

Plank Rows


This is one of my favorite exercises. It really involves the entire body! It is an advanced exercise so start slowly.

Plank with trunk rotation


This is an excellent core exercise for any sport, but it is great for tennis players. The plank position engages the core, and adding a trunk rotation adds an advanced element, which engages the obliques.

Wrist exercise for Golfers

This is an excellent and simple way to strengthen the forearm, which can help with wrist turnover in golf. Perform the exercise slowly and perform lower reps.

Lateral Speed for Tennis

This is an excellent way to develop lateral explosiveness for your tennis game.

Improve Trunk Rotation for Golf


As mentioned in previous videos, the hip flexor is a powerful muscle that attaches to the spine. When this muscle becomes stiff it can decrease trunk and hip mobility and cause low back pain. Keeping this muscle lengthened will improve your trunk rotation and prevent injuries.

Biceps Curls on Stability Ball


While the biceps are considered the “beach” muscles, they still play an important role in function. Performing a biceps curl on the stability ball will improve biceps strength as well as core stability.

Improve Golf Power- sideplank reverse fly


This is an advanced exercise that helps to improve core strength and stability, while also increasing shoulder power for the golf swing.

Crunches on stability ball


This advanced abdominal crunch is an excellent way to isolate the rectus abdominis. However, you must be careful when doing this exercise! You should feel it in the abdominals and not the low back. If you feel it in the low back you need to adjust your position on the ball.