• TJ answered a question 3 years ago

    Hi Tori,

    Calf muscle consist of Gastrocnemius and Soleus muscles. You can strengthen Gastrocnemius muscle by doing Eccentric calf strengthening, Full Squat and Football kicks with band. These will not put

  • TJ answered a question 3 years ago

    Hi Alex,

    Most common cause of hip drop is Gluteal medius muscle weakness. Left hip drop is caused by right Gluteal medius weakness. Can you tell me how long since you have hip drop and what caused it? I will

  • Trace the alphabet with your toe, which encourages ankle movement in all directions. Trace the alphabet 1 to 3 times.

    Sit in a chair with your foot flat on the floor. Slowly move your knee side to side while k

  • Hamstrings are long group of muscles. Get KT flex or performance tape for better hold and flexibility. You can also try horizontal support straps as in this pic.

  • Lay on your back, lift your head up slightly and reach side to side with your arm.

  • It depends on the duration and speed. High-intensity exercise like running or jogging creates a great deal of stress on your knees. Overdoing or heavy use can damage the knee. However, Walking on a treadmill is

  • Since your left side is significantly weaker than your right, you might have pelvic asymmetry caused by muscular imbalance. I would recommend doing pelvic symmetry exercises focusing on stretching your right hip

  • Good Question,

    What is the location of pain in the knee? There are multiple causes of knee pain while running. Is it a dull/achy or sharp pain? Do you stretch before or after the running?

    Effect of hold time

  • Which is your favorite exercise to improve balance and reduce fall risk in elderly people?

  • TJ posted an update 6 years, 9 months ago

    This site is great!!

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