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Clamshell Exercise - Strengthen Gluteus Medius


Strengthen your Glute Medius muscle with the Clamshell exercises. Get a PDF of core exercises here: 🤍 Medical Disclaimer: Nothing posted on this channel is medical advice or a substitute for advice from your physician or healthcare provider. Always contact your physician or other healthcare provider with any questions about a medical condition or your personal health. You may read the full disclaimer here: 🤍

Clamshell Exercise - 4 Most Common Mistakes (And Solutions) - The RIGHT way to target your Glutes!


Clamshell Exercise - 4 Most Common Mistakes (And Solutions) The Clamshell exercises is one of the most commonly prescribed exercises that targets the glutes in isolation. There are a few common variations, both of which have the intention of activating some portion of the gluteal musculature in isolation. Depending on the hip angle, this exercise can be biased towards the upper or lower fibers of the glute max and portions of the glute medius. 1. The hip closer to 60 degrees (hip flexion) biases the upper portion of the glute max 2. The hip closer to 0 degrees (hip extension) biases the lower portion of glute max and glute medius (posterior fibers) If working to improve late stance/push-off phase of gait, where the leg is in more extension, we can opt for the variation towards hip extension. If working to re-orient the pelvis towards the opposing side, we can opt for the variation which contracts the upper, transversely oriented fibers of glute max. By biasing these muscle fibers towards a concentric orientation, we produce a turn towards the opposite side (under ideal circumstances). However, there are many ways not to achieve your goal by making mistakes in positioning. Good news is if you don't make these mistakes, you'll be more likely to get the response you are looking for. For more information on how to use activities like these to enhance performance, visit: 🤍

Clamshell Thoracotomy Training


Procedure lab on porcine carcass with Dr Geoff Healy at Sydney HEMS Team Induction August 2015

Core Exercise: Clam Shells


Learn how to correctly perform a clam shell exercise for core strengthening from our pediatric spine experts. If any exercise causes you pain or discomfort, you should stop doing the exercise and consult with a healthcare professional. Learn more about our pediatric Spine Program: 🤍

Clamshell Exercise


Physiotherapists Liz Frey and Sarah Symmes show us how to do a clamshell exercise which helps target the glute and hamstring muscles. 🤍

Clamshell in Sidelying Exercise for the Hips - Ask Doctor Jo


The clamshell in sidelying is a great exercise for the hips. It may seem easy at first, but will get harder the more reps you do. More hip exercises: 🤍 To perform the clamshell in sidelying: 1. Lie on your side with your knees bent forward where your heels are aligned with your body. 2. Keeping your body perpendicular with the ground, and not rotating your hips, lift the top knee towards the ceiling, keeping your feet together. Slowly come back down. = Prescribe this video, and others like it, to your patients as part of their Home Exercise Program with a FREE HEP Builder account: 🤍 = Clamshell in Sidelying Exercise for the Hips: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. This content should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they give you. Consult with your healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC and its officers for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. Use of this content is at your sole risk.

Hip External Rotation Clamshell Exercise - Mike Reinold

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5 Great Clamshell Exercises - Ask Dr. Abelson


Clamshell exercises really focus on the gluteal muscles. The gluteus medius is an abductor muscle, whose functions include hip stabilization, balance, and power generation. Having a strong gluteus medius will help to protect your knees and your lower back. Clamshell exercises also targets the gluteus maximus, which is involved in hip extension and laterally rotate the hip joint. Want more hip exercises? Check out our Hip Exercise Playlist - 🤍 LETS CONNECT Kinetic Health: 🤍 Motion Specific Release: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 PUBLICATIONS Discover and read Dr. Abelson’s internationally best-selling books available online at many bookstores including Chapters/Indigo: 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:24 Basic Clamshell Exercise 01:02 Suspended Clamshell 01:39 Suspended Straight Leg Raise 02:20 Side Bridge With Clamshell 03:03 Corkscrew Exercise Medical Disclaimer: Nothing in this video, or related to this channel, should be construed as personal advice or diagnosis, and must not be used in this manner. You should and must consult a health care professional before adopting any of the suggestions in this video or before drawing inferences from it. Any decision regarding treatment and medication for your condition should be made with the advice and consultation of a qualified health care professional. If you have, or suspect you have, a health-care problem immediately contact a qualified health care professional for treatment.

How to do a Clamshell | The Right Way | Well+Good


Clamshells are the Pilates gold-standard for working your glutes and improving knee and hip stability... as long as you're doing them the right way. Brian Spencer, from East River Pilates demonstrates the right way to perform a clamshell for maximum benefit every time. To get notified about new video uploads, subscribe to Well+Good's channel: 🤍 Love Brian? We do too. You can find him here: 🤍 And make sure to check out East River Pilates: 🤍 Want more The Right Way? Try these: Rolling Like A Ball: 🤍 Jumping Lunges: 🤍 Lateral Lunge & Hop: 🤍 About Well+Good: Well+Good believes that wellness and health should be attainable for all—and recognizes the many barriers that prevent that from becoming a reality. Sitting at the cross-section of trends, service, and evidence-based journalism, we work to inform, empower, and educate communities and individuals when it comes to fitness, mental health, beauty, food, relationships, finance, and all other ways your day-to-day impacts your ability to live well, while working to challenge the systems that could hold you (or others) back. Your well-being is a birthright. Wellness is how you get there. You can find Well+Good here: Site 🖥️: 🤍​​ Instagram 📸: 🤍 Facebook 👍: 🤍 Twitter 🐤: 🤍 Pinterest 📌: 🤍

Clamshell Thoracotomy


A 54-year-old African American male presented with shortness of breath, vague abdominal discomfort and 35-pound weight loss over the past 3 months. His past medical history was remarkable for moderate restrictive lung disease, right testicular germ cell tumor, and left neck teratoma. CT scan revealed an anterior mediastinal mass (11.4 x 16.7 cm). Biopsy attempts were non-diagnostic and the mass was surgically resected via clamshell thoracotomy.

Hip Exercise | Improve your clamshell with Dr. Kasia


Improve your clamshell with these tips from doctor of physical therapy and board certified orthopedic specialist Kasia Kilijanek.

Lower Extremity Exercise - Clamshell - Zion Physical Therapy Video


🤍 Dr. Saul Zion and Dr. Meghan Mizrachi demonstrate the proper technique for the clamshell exercise of the glutes. For more physical therapy video tutorials, visit our YouTube channel: 🤍

Hip Clamshell Exercise progression


In this video blog Dr Kissel takes the viewer through a progression of the hip clamshell exercise. This exercise targets the important Gluteus Medius muscle, a very important muscle in hip rehabilitation for a number of conditions.

Clamshell Approach for Growing Teratoma Syndrome


This video shows the clinical case, imaging, and surgical approach (clamshell) for a giant mediastinal germ cell tumor, which kept growing after chemotherapy despite normalization of serum tumor markers. Learn more: 🤍 The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network (CTSNet) connects the global cardiothoracic community through communication, collaboration, education, and interaction amongst cardiothoracic surgeons and their teams across the globe. CTSNet provides a broad range of video and text-based educational content, the premier job board across all of cardiothoracic surgery, profile pages for cardiothoracic surgeons and individuals associated with the specialty, and a calendar of events related to the specialty. Find even more content on our website: 🤍 Connect with us on Facebook: 🤍 Connect with us on Twitter: 🤍

How to Do Clamshells with Resistance Bands | Openfit


The clamshell exercise mainly works your gluteus medius, which is responsible for hip stabilization, balance, and power. Learn how to do a clamshell with this demonstration! Learn more about the benefits of this exercise: 🤍 Follow Openfit: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

How To Do The Clamshell Exercise - Kinetic Sports Rehab


Clamshell Exercise - Kinetic U Exercise Series Transcript: "Hey team, welcome back to Kinetic U. Today we're going to go over the clamshell exercise. This is really important for glute activation. So you're going to set up side-laying, hips stacked, shoulders stacked. You want to bend those knees just forward of the hip a little bit with the feet stacked up with the rest of the body. You want to keep the hips stacked, and make a little lift and lower of the top knee, just like that. So make sure, as you're lifting that knee up, that hip doesn't move back with it, so that's why I'm putting my hand on the hip, just so I can feel that sensation, making sure that hip is staying where it is. Have the rest of the upper body just kind of relaxed. Just going nice and slow, trying to get at that whole glute muscle right in the back of the hip. Have fun with that, and be kinetic." Find more from Kinetic here: Website: 🤍 Facebook: /kineticsportsrehab Instagram: 🤍kineticsportsrehab Twitter: 🤍KSRSeattle Snapchat: be_kinetic

Clamshell tutorial - activate and strengthen your glutes


Can't activate your glutes? Looking for an exercise to strengthen your weak hip muscles? Learn how to do this glute strengthening exercise the right way! HELPFUL LINKS Articles and programs for your hips: 🤍 Deadlift Muscles Worked - Gluteus Maximus: 🤍 Deadlift Proper Form - Hip Hinge: 🤍 The Deadlift Fix: 🤍 ABOUT THIS VIDEO In this video, Vincent demonstrates the clamshell exercise. This exercised is used to active your glute muscles as well as strengthen your glute muscles. This version of the clamshell exercise has the most carryover to squats, deadlifts, olympic lifts, running and gymnastics. Vincent provides detailed instructions for how to get the most out of the clamshell exercise. HOW WE HELP DIY Programs: 🤍 Coaching (in-person and online): 🤍 Events: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🙉 Podcast: 🤍 POPULAR PROGRAMS Roll & Release (be your own massage therapist!): 🤍 Shoulder Fix: 🤍 The Hunchback Fix: 🤍 Healthy Hips 1: 🤍 Everything you need to know about posture: 🤍 The FAI Fix: 🤍 FREE EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS Back Tips: 🤍 Shoulder Tips: 🤍 Anterior Tilt Videos: 🤍 PRODUCTS WE LOVE Xero Shoes: 🤍 Serious steel bands: 🤍 More Gear and Gadgets: 🤍 Flexispot Sit Stand Desk Riser: 🤍 Goldtouch Bluetooth Ergonomic Keyboard: 🤍 Kinesis Freestyle Keyboard: 🤍 Sharkk mouse: 🤍 Purchases you make with our affiliate links help support the Upright Health channel. Thank you! MUSIC David Cutter Music - 🤍

Proper clamshell exercise for the piriformis and deep six hip rotators


EDIT: I've found a new, much better exercise for the piriformis. View the video here: 🤍 I've been trying out a lot of exercises for the deep six hip rotators. Over time, I've come to the conclusion that none of them, however, have been as effective as the clamshell exercise. I have also come to the conclusion that the gluteus Maximus should NOT engage during this exercise, as it'll take too much load off the piriformis and thus inhibit proper stimulus and muscle growth. Weakness of the deep six hip rotators may irritate the pudendal nerve (causing groin pain), sciatic nerve, causing sciatica, and may also contribute to more peripheral issues such as peroneal & tibial nerve entrapment issues. Strengthen your deep hip rotators!

Traumatischer Kreislaufstillstand und Clamshell - Thorakotomie im Rettungsdienst


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The Clamshell: A “go to” Exercise for Treating Foot, Hip, and Knee Pain


In this video, I demonstrate my preferred method of performing the clamshell exercise in order to insure optimal effectiveness. * Do you suffer from foot, hip or knee pain? If so, hip external rotation weakness and poor single leg balance may be part of the reason for the ongoing pain as you overload and overuse other muscle groups in order to gain extra lower leg support. Weakness in the deep external rotation muscles is commonly associated with many lower extremity overuse injuries. Injuries commonly associated with hip weakness include: • Foot/ankle injuries such as plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis or posterior tibialis syndrome. • Hip related issues including piriformis syndrome, hip bursitis, and hip impingement. • Knee injuries such as Patellar Femoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) and Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS). The deep hip external rotator muscles need to work along with the hip abductors (such as the gluteus medius) to insure proper lower extremity positioning when the leg is in full weight bearing. (Particularly, in a single leg stance.) One leg bears the full weight while the opposite leg is in the swing phase while walking, running or skipping. The deep hip rotators (also known as the short external hip rotators) are a group of muscles including: the superior and inferior gemelli muscles; obturator internus; quadratus femoris; and the piriformis. This group of muscles is extremely important for stability of the body, pelvis and leg as the leg/foot initiates full ground contact. The clamshell exercise is a commonly prescribed exercise designed to target the hip abductors and hip external rotators. However, this exercise is often performed incorrectly or ineffectively. In the following video, I demonstrate my preferred method of performing the clamshell exercise in order to insure optimal effectiveness. In order to engage the deep hip rotators, you should feel the muscles working deep into the buttocks and directly behind the greater trochanter (the hard bone that pokes up at the top of the hip). This exercise should be performed very slowly. I advise a count of 5 seconds up, a 5 second hold, and then a 5 second slow return to the starting position for at least 10 repetitions. If you aren’t feeling the deep hip rotators activate, then you may need to reposition your legs. Usually, repositioning the knees and moving them up toward your head into a more fetal position will do the trick. If you have a question that you would like featured in an upcoming blog post, please comment below or submit your question to contact🤍 In case you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe to my e-mail list and YouTube channel as well as join our community on Facebook by liking The Physical Therapy Advisor!

How to activate your glutes (improve the clamshell)


Looking for ways to activate your glutes? Tried the clamshell and don't feel like you're using the right muscles? Been told you have "gluteal amnesia"? Learn how to activate your glutes! - ABOUT THIS VIDEO Vincent shows you a simple, effective trick to getting better glute activation in the common clamshell exercise. If you are suffering from gluteal amnesia and can't get your glutes firing, this tip will help you get your butt muscles working. HELPFUL LINKS Online programs and courses: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Support us on 🙉 Podcast: 🤍 Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Personal Training in Redwood City, CA (San Francisco Bay Area) 🤍 Support us on Patreon! 🤍

Clamshell Exercise


This Life + video demonstrates the Clamshell exercise with variations of difficulty. This exercise will increase hip abduction strength.

3 stage clamshell exercise


This will not only help build your booty, butt the clamshell exercise is one of the best for hip strengthening and helping with injury treatment and prevention. Strong glutes are essential for stable hips, and for protection from injury for the lower back and knees. Find out more about how we help world wide via our online training platform and in person. 🤍 #TurnFit

Multi Angle Clamshell Technique: Improve Single Leg Balance & Strength


Looking to improve single leg balance? The Multi Angle Clamshell technique is a very popular technique used to fire up the gluteus medius, which plays a very important role in maintaining your balance whether you're standing on one leg, kicking the ball or simply walking or running. In this video I'm teaching you how to properly perform the multi angle clamshell with a little twist added in to make sure you reap all the benefits. If you have a sleepy gluteus medius this will definitely help you out. Read this article and learn how these problems are connected and for gluteus medius exercises to strengthen your hips and protect your lower body: 🤍 = For more training tips, connect with me on Facebook: 🤍 And visit the blog at 🤍

Clamshells for Glute Medius Activation | GPS Human Performance


Turn those Glute Medius' on with Clamshells. This is a great isolation exercise to get your glutes active before hitting the weights. Start with 2-3 sets of 10-20 reps with a 2-3 second pause at the top to peak your glute activation. Train with GPS Human Performance online today remotely on the TrainHeroic platform. Daily workouts delivered right to your phone for under $1 a day. Learn more here: 🤍 Please subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Also follow GPS Human Performance here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 GPS Human Performance is an online Strength & Conditioning company providing, coaching, education and programming to Armed Services Members, Beginner to Advanced Olympic Weightlifters (Home of USA-Weightlifting’s Grounds & Pounds Weightlifting Club) and Fitness Enthusiasts. We are led by former THOR3 Strength & Conditioning Coach Geoffrey Steinbacher who has over 11+ years of experience in the field of Tactical Strength & Conditioning, Human Performance, Sports Performance and Athletic Training/Sports Medicine.

How to Do Clamshells Correctly for Strong Glutes


The clamshell is a great exercise to get stronger glutes! In this video, I show you how to properly do clamshells, so you can get the most out of it.

Peter Coulson Live Stream - Clamshell


YouTube Live Stream - Clamshell Learn how to light your photography studio with Clamshell style lighting by the master Peter Coulson. For more behind the scenes of photoshoots, plus over 220 other tutorials covering everything from lighting to retouching, visit: 🤍 🗣We loved having you all a part of this, happy to answer anymore questions below in the comments. Website 🤍 Worldwide Photography Workshops: 🤍 Instagram 🤍petercoulson Model: Bec Pead instagram 🤍becpaws Lighting: 🤍profoto D2 x2, Deep Umbrella silver Medium below Large above with defusers clamshell style Camera: 🤍hasselblad H6D-50c Lens: Hasselblad 150mm f/3.2 Aperture: f/8 Shutter Speed:1/160 second ISO Speed: 100 Filmed on: Sony a7s ii with Zeiss Batis 40mm Sony a7r iii with Zeiss Batis 25mm on a Zhiyun Crane 2 Gimbal Using Blackmagic Web Presenter

DO The Clamshell Exercise To Strengthen Your Hip External Rotator Muscles!


Get My Greatest Posture Tips & Info Here: 🤍 * Your deep hip external rotator muscles are 6 muscles that are often neglected. These function to rotate your legs outwards, which is important to resist your knees moving inwards. This can stress you all the way down to your feet, as well as up your back. Your posture can also be negatively impacted. A simple way to strengthen these muscles is to do the clamshell exercise. You simply place a resistance band above your knee and rotate your top leg up slow and down slow. This will effectively target those hip external rotator muscles. It is important to do hip strengthening of this nature especially if you are a woman, as women typically experience more knee problems than men, such as knee valgus where their knees collapse. So to prevent injuries, consider doing the clamshell exercise to help yourself out and prevent problems! Follow me on Pinterest: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter 🤍 Follow me on Google+: * Background Music From: Corporation Motivation by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍

CTV Clamshell Grapple


The Caterpillar CTV grapples are designed to transfer large volumes of loose material such as grains, coal, sand and gravel maximising productivity. Caterpillar offers four standard types of CTV transfer grapples: the CTV15, CTV20, CTV30 and CTV40. Each model is available in range a clamshell capacities. Powerful Grip The powerful closing force of the grapple shells combined with its fast opening/closing time ensures short cycle times and therefore more tons per hour. Heavy Duty Construction The housing features a new robust and modern design that provides optimal protection to the internally routed cylinder hoses. High quality and wear resistant materials are used. The shells pivot pins are fitted with the latest dust seals and sleeve bearings to enhance product life. High Quality Cylinders The two high quality cylinders can handle a hydraulic pressure up to 350 bar and are fitted with snubbers to cushion the opening movement of the shells. Lifting Hooks Two standard lifting hooks are placed on both sides of the housing. This makes it possible to lower more compact machines into the cargo of ships.

Standing Clamshell Exercise | Chiropractor San Francisco


Standing Clamshell Exercise | Chiropractor San Francisco If you perfected phase one down this is the next level. The standing clamshell is a deceptively difficult exercise and a great functional gluteal activation exercise. We use this for more advanced rehabilitation for our Chiropractic clients at Redefined Health. After becoming proficient at the clamshell exercise, which is also deceptively difficult when done properly, we move our more demanding clients to this. Assuming a ready position makes the exercise very functional for most sports and trains the often under used gluteal muscles to work in an upright position. Relevant Videos: Side lying Clamshell Exercise 🤍 ProActive Chiropractic Chiropractor San Francisco 🤍 Location: 22 Battery St., Suite 505, San Francisco, CA 94111 Call us on: 415-762-8141. About Dr. Nancy Chu: Dr. Nancy Chu, DC has been with ProActive Chiropractic since mid-2018. Currently, she's training for her first half marathon so she knows the aches and pains of pushing yourself. If you want a doctor who is motivated to get you better quickly Dr. Nancy Chu fits the criteria. Don't forget to like, comment and share. Subscribe us: 🤍 ProActive Chiropractic (Chiropractor San Francisco) 🤍 ... .. . Tags: Standing Clam, Clamshell Exercise, Standing ClamShell, Standing ClamShells, Standing Clamshell Exercise, How to do Clamshell Exercise, How to Activate your Glutes, Clamshell Workout, Standing Clam Stretch, Standing Clamshell With Band, Standing Clam Shell for Hip, Band Resisted Clam Shell Exercise, How to Do the Perfect Clam Shell Exercise, Band Resistance Clam Shell Exercise, Clamshell Progression, Chiropractor San Francisco, Sports Chiropractor in San Francisco,

Clamshell : esecuzione corretta


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Week 5-M Graves Complex Femur Deformity:Clamshell Osteotomy


This is M Graves going just his lecture in week 5. Complex Femoral Deformity: Clamshell Osteotomy

Clamshell exercise variation for low back, hip, knee and sciatica pain relief


This variation on the clamshell exercise targets the hip muscles, sacroiliac joint and lumbar spine. It helps relieve pain from the low back, hip, knee and sacroiliac joint, as well as disc herniation, trapped nerve and sciatica. #lowbackpainrelief #exercisesforbackpain #exceltherapy HOW TO COMPLETE THIS EXERCISE Lay on the side with the inside borders of the feet together. Rotate the upper torso forward towards the ground to prevent a backward rotation at the pelvis. Keeping the feet together, lift and rotate the upper knee towards the ceiling, parting the legs. Ensure there is no movement at the pelvis as you lift the leg. Pause briefly at the top of the movement and reverse to return to the rest position. Relax and repeat. HOW THIS HELPS -This activates and targets the hip external rotators and super 6 muscles (Piriformis, Gemellus superior, Obturatur internus, Gemellus inferior, Obturatur externus, Quadratus femoris) - It can be used in an exercise/rehabilitation program for the hip, sacroiliac joint or lumbar spine - It is helpful for low back pain, disc herniation, sciatica, trapped nerve, mechanical low back pain, sacroiliac joint, hip pain, groin pain, knee pain Hit the red button and subscribe to our channel for more movement exercises. If you want even more information from the Excel Therapy team, sign up to our mailing list here: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Clamshell Exercise


Do you have knee pain? The Clamshell Exercise is an easy, safe, and low risk exercise that can help strengthen and stabilize your knee. It can utilized during either injury recovery or as a injury prevention exercise. Visit our YouTube Channel



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Basic exercise to increase gluteus medius strength. Key to increasing hip stabilization to prevent injury associated with pelvic instability.

Reverse Clamshells


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