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Side Lying Quad Stretch

Therapyroom1 advanced rehab exercise to stretch the quads using a gym ball

Level – End stage/Return to sport Equipment Gym ball, Wall Exercise Stretch out the front of your thigh Kneel upright with the ball pressed firmly against your thigh and hip. Lie sideways over the ball, sliding the knee closest to the ball slightly outwards for comfort, with your top arm resting over the

Assisted Sit-Ups

At Therapyroom1 we know that many patients of ours struggle with core exercises, whether because of low back pain or general abdominal muscle weakness, so we invented a way to help Your core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond our abs, they include everything besides your arms and legs

Assisted Sit-Ups – Our Core Muscles

Our core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond our abs, they include everything besides your arms and legs and are incorporated in almost every human movement. The core muscles: can act as an isometric or dynamic stabilizer for movement, transfer force from one extremity to another, initiate movement

Teams: The Long Lunge

picture of 2 people performing a long lunge exercise

The long lunge exercise is a great hip flexor and quadriceps stretch that is performed in teams but can be performed solo. It works well for sports such as horse riding, jumping, running and cycling etc Level: Late (end) Stage/Return to Sport Equipment: 2 Cones, Long Pole Exercise Place the stick on the


photo of wrist injury in bodybuilding

Bodybuilders and people who lift weights are so prone to injury that a few wrist injuries have popped up at Therapyroom1. We created this exercise to take you through dealing with the injury and strengthening your wrist in order to reduce the chances of it happening again, but more than

Back to Sport after Groin Strain

picture of athlete doing a groin injury exercise

A groin strain is one of the most common injuries in sports, especially football and rugby. The term describes a tear or rupture to any one of the adductor muscles resulting pain in the inner thigh or adductor muscles: Adductor Brevis Adductor Longus Adductor Magnus Gracilis Pectineus If these muscles are tensed