David G.

Ensure you keep your hips, knees, and feet in alignment.

Work your way up to 1 set of 10 repetitions.

Then add 1 rep as you can so you can do two sets of 10 repetitions with a 1 minute break between sets.

 

Right now, just do the leg lift portion of this exercise  and don’t move the leg out to the side.

Work your way up to 1 set of 10 repetitions.

Then add 1 rep as you can so you can do two sets of 10 repetitions with a 1 minute break between sets.

 

Lying in a prone position, bend one knee to 90 degrees. Lift the upper leg from the ground keeping the knee bent at 90 degrees.

Spine stays in neutral. Ensure there is no rotation of the hips. 

Work your way up to 1 set of 10 repetitions.

Then add 1 rep as you can so you can do two sets of 10 repetitions with a 1 minute break between sets.

Complete on both the right and left sides.

Follow the video directions.

Better to do it on a surface more firm than your bed.

Hold 15-30 seconds, 3 repetitions, each side.

 

Stand with two feet on one step.

1) Step down with the left foot keeping the right and left feet in alignment and the knees pointing forward.

2) Step back up with the left foot to the start position.

Complete 1 set of 10 reps.

In a standing position, place a tennis ball between your ankles.

Slowly lift the heels from the ground keeping the tennis ball in place to a count of 2.

Hold at the top for a second and then lower slowly back to the start position at a count of 3.

Work toward completing 10 repetitions.

 

The picture is a reminder of the water bottle step over exercise.

Step over with the right foot placing it on the floor in front of the bottle then step back to the start position.  The left foot remains in the same position throughout the exercise.

Complete 1 set of 10 reps then complete with the left foot stepping over and back and the right foot remaining in the same position.

Try to maintain a neutral hip position throughout the stepping.