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Scott Herman's Getting Fit VIDEO: Functional Leg Exercises - Part 1

Whether you are playing sports or suffering from what is known as “old age”, you need to ensure that you will maintain as much mobility as possible in your body and be able to avoid future injuries.

This routine is a bodyweight routine. Because we are going to be using different planes of motion there is no more need for weights, we are creating our own resistance with our bodies.

Along with increased hip mobility, you will also notice increases in your joint proprioception, balance, and strength in your knees and ankles.

So give it a try, preventing injuries is the best way to stay on track with your goals Nation!

3 exercises
1 circuit
10-20 reps
1 second per rep

This Routine Requires:

1. Plyo Box
2. Bosu Ball
3. Theraband
4. Hurdle

List of Exercises:

• 1 circuit
• 10-20 reps
• 1 second per rep

1. Hurdle Walk
2. Lateral Walk
3. Forward Walk
4. Backward Walk
5. Sideways Shuffle
6. Forward Monster Walk
7. Backward Monster Walk
8. Single-Leg Squat
9. Side Single-Leg Squat
10. Bosu Ball Single-Leg Squat

• Rest as needed
• You can change the order of the exercises

Remember, when doing this routine, workout at your OWN intensity.

(0:54) Increases: Hip Mobility, Joint Proprioception, Balance
(1:18) Routine Sets & Reps
(1:42) Hurdle Walk
(3:36) Lateral Walk
(4:59) Forward Walk
(5:23) Backward Walk
(5:43) Sideways Shuffle
(6:32) Forward Monster Walk
(7:00) Backward Monster Walk
(7:17) Single-Leg Squat
(8:11) Side Single-Leg Squat
(9:10) Bosu Ball Single-Leg Squat





NOTE: Timestamps are available for each exercise in the info section of the video when watching on YouTube.


Functional Leg Exercises- Prevent Injuries to the Hips, Knees, & Ankles! (Part 1)




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Scott Herman is the founder and CEO of Scott Herman Fitness. He created the business because he saw the need for people who wanted to get in shape, but couldn’t afford the high cost of a personal trainer. He has worked in a gym since he was 14 and has done everything from GM to Fitness Professional. He attended Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass., where he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration. He also holds a real estate license. After college, Scott harnessed his energy into a career that encompassed all the things he loves: fitness, modeling and the entertainment business. Thus, Scott Herman Fitness on YouTube was born and this dynamo now spends his days expanding his social network on his quest to teach fitness to the world for free.