Scooter

Scooter


This Muscle Medicine video looks at the scooter exercise for building glute med strength. It’s a great one for people suffering from
sciatic pain with piriformis syndrome or knee pain. It’s also a fantastic one for runners who need to build strength and are getting tight ITBs with ITB syndrome or knee pain or hip pain when they run. If you are in pain however, make sure you come and visit us at one of our massage clinics in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs or CBD. With a soft inflatable ball, stand side
on to a wall quite close to the wall. Put yourself into a narrow squat position,
about a fist width’s distance between your knees. Lift the knee closest to the wall
and hold the ball with your knee. Keeping the supporting leg still, roll the ball up
and down the wall. The muscle you want to work is your gluteus medius on the
supporting leg. Move the ball up and down ten times before switching legs. Repeat
this three times. When the strength improves begin increasing the number of
times the ball is rolled before switching legs. If you enjoyed this video please comment,
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exercises. Muscle Medicine Body Work, live your best life.

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