In late stage rehab, it's important to start working on dynamic movements and prepare athletes to return to sport. Plyometrics and agility drills should be a staple in this phase of rehab. Here's a neat exercise I began using at the end of my sessions with post-op ACL patients that incorporates a glute burner during an agility drill on the ladder.
The key here is to keep CONSTANT TENSION THE ENTIRE TIME on the @theraband. I show a couple bad reps where I let the tension off, which you do NOT want to do. Keeping tension on the @theraband will ensure that you're working on both glutes at the same time. You can incorporate practically any movement you want with this concept.
Understand that the goal of this exercise is NOT to develop foot speed or pure agility. It's just simply a glute burner that's appropriate for rehab when athletes began the movement retraining phase! I only did this exercise for about 30 seconds and I was wiped out by end!