HOW: Stand on a resistance band making sure there is an equal length on both sides. Have the band in each hand with your arms to your side. Raise your arms up at your side to shoulder height against the resistance of the band....

HOW: Stand facing a wall with your hands straight out from your shoulders, palms on the wall with a band looped around your wrist. Squeeze your shoulder blades and create some tension in the band by moving your wrist out. From here, keep one...

HOW: Begin in a plank position with your elbows on the ground straight down from your shoulders and legs straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, let your shoulder blade muscles relax and then push into the...

HOW: Start in an athletic position with your feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent. Place a med ball to one side by your toes. Grab the ball and come up with your feet, straighten your knees and slam the ball on the...

HOW: Start by standing next to a wall. Lunge forward with the leg furthest from the wall bending at the knee but keeping the knee over your toes. The other leg is behind you with your knee bent and your toes pushing into the...

HOW: Start by standing next to a wall. Lunge forward with the leg closest to the wall bending at the knee but keeping the knee over your toes. The other leg is behind you with your knee bent and your toes pushing into the...

HOW: Start in the low plank position with forearms on the ground and your elbows directly under your shoulders. Your toes should be pushing into the ground. Drive your elbows into the ground and while keeping your back flat and knees straight, push your...

HOW: Start in a standing position with a band anchored under your feet, hold the band in each hand with the band positioned behind your head and neck. While keeping the rest of your body still and in good position, begin the exercise by...

Follow along to learn about how you can modify exercises that require gripping, however it is too painful to do so. Unfortunately this can be a common limitation with elbow, wrist, & hand rehab. However that doesn't mean these types of exercises have to be...

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