GLUTE MEDIUS - DUAL POINT MASSAGER
- Lie on your side with the Dual Point Massager under your hip to support your weight on your arms and feet.
- Adjust the Dual Point Massager between your hip and pelvis until you find a sore spot.
- Complete the set on one leg before repeating on opposite side.
Place as much weight on the Dual Point Massager as you can tolerate.
The tension being released in your glute.
No Gym? No Problem!
Train at home with three drills you can do right now.
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If you’re like the 66% who have committed to a fitness and training goal for 2016 simplify your regime by training at home.
- Place the Training Cable on the ground, step onto the cable, and stand shoulder-width apart, just farther than an arm’s length away.
- Grab the Flex Handles with both hands and stand so the Training Cable is placed on the outside of your arms and is situated next to your elbows.
- Keeping your knuckles pointed up, sit back and down with your back straight.
- Return to the standing position and continue for the remainder of the set.
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With basketball’s fast pace and constant change of direction, agility is the key to finding success on the court. Whether on offense or defense, players must be strong with their first step or movement and have the body control to decelerate and, ultimately, reaccelerate to where they need to go. Here are four drills we use at EXOS to improve multidirectional movement and ensure our athletes are ready on game day.
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Feeling tense post-workout? With some simple movements (and a new tool), you can ease tension, increase flexibility, and improve your performance. When working with our athletes at EXOS, our performance specialists rely heavily on recovery tools for both in season and offseason training. The AccuStick is a great tool that can assist in massaging hard-to-reach areas. The best part: it fits easily in your backpack or duffel bag. Here’s what you need to know.