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How To: Perform a lower extremity exam on a patient

In this medical video, learn the process of examining the lower extremity of the body. See demonstrations of how you inspect the lower extremity, how you palpate and then perform passive range of motion of the hip, knee and ankle. John D. Gazewood, MD, MSPH, will also teach doctors special maneuvers to help examine a knee injury. With any type of musculoskeletal exam, you're looking for things like deformity, swelling, and changes in coloration.

How To: Strengthen weak knees

In this video, we learn how to strengthen weak knees. The first exercise you can do is a shallow squat. This is where your feet will be facing forward and knee width apart. Grab onto a pole in front of you and squat down slightly squatting through your skills. Next, you can hold a stick while standing on one leg with your legs forward. Hold this pose for as long as you can while balancing on a pole if you cannot stand by yourself. Both of these exercises can help strengthen your knees with ti...

How To: Do hanging knee ups for your stomach

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform hanging knee ups. This exercise targets the abdominal muscles. Users will need to use a smith rack for this exercise. Begin by hanging on the top of the smith rack. Users should have a bar behind the rack that will support the back area. While hanging, users will point the chin down and bring the knees up. Then raise the chin up and bring knees down. Continue performing this movement in a series of sets and repetitions. This video will bene...

How To: Do a kickboxing knee strike

Make sure you knee strike in Thai boxing, not kickboxing. Learn the skills of Muay Thai in this video on competitive kickboxing moves. When doing the kickboxing knee strikes you should start from fighting position, your toes point down, feel as if calf is locked to hamstrings, thrust in, and do not drop hands. With this how to video you can incorporate the knee strike into your kickboxing routine.

How To: Fall safely on a snowboard

In this tutorial, we learn how to fall safely on a snowboard. You will want to make sure you are in a position that makes it safe for you to fall either backwards or forwards. When falling forward land on knees first then forearms. When falling backwards, flex your knees and fall on your butt. Keep your chin to your knees to avoid injury to your head. Also, make sure you have the correct gear to wear while you are out snowboarding. Another great tip is to not go on courses that are too advanc...

How To: Work out your butt with Brooke Burke

Brooke Burke and Autumn Calabrese walk the viewer through a super-effective, targeted butt workout, doable in your living room in only 5 minutes. The first exercise, a "Heel Press", is done from your hands and knees. Keeping your head in line with your spine and your belly button tucked in, press one heel toward the ceiling, then bring it all the way into your chest. Brooke recommends 15-20 reps on each leg. The next exercise, "Crossovers", builds on the Heel Press. After pressing your heel t...

How To: Do an alphabet plank for a runner's workout

Users will need an exercise ball to perform this exercise. Begin by going on your knees and elbows on the ball. Users basically go into a plank position in the ball. Now users will need to go into a straight position from the shoulders to the knees. Now users will draw the alphabet using their elbows, while rolling the ball. To make the exercise more challenging, users may choose to lift one or both knees off the ground while doing the exercise. This video will benefit those viewers who want ...

How To: Make a gin-based Bee's Knees cocktail

Lindsay Johnson, from lush life shows us how to make a gin based Bee's Knees cocktail in just 12 seconds. Firstly take 2 ounces of gin and then stir it with 3 bar spoons of running honey. Following that add 3 quarters of an ounce of fresh squeezed lemon juice. Shake and stream and it are ready to serve. She also shows us to make running honey which is really very simple. Boil some water and then add equal amount of honey to it. Then stir it together and put it into your cocktail. This adds so...

How To: Spin a hula hoop around the knees

With the right skills, a hula hoop can be spun at the knees so the spinner can walk around freely. Safire, expert hula hoop dancer, walks through the simple steps of doing this stunt, breaking down each movement to exact body positions and also thoroughly explaining any of the hula hoop choreography terminology she uses. Watch this video hula hoop tutorial and learn how to hula hoop at the knees.

How To: Do the moonwalk like Michael Jackson

In this tutorial, we learn how to do the moonwalk like Michael Jackson. First, start out standing up with your feet together. Next, pop up your right knee and drag your left leg back, popping that knee up as well. Once you have dragged the right foot back, drag the left foot back while both knees are popped. Do this with a smooth transition, so it looks like it's one fluid movement. Practice several times for a better outcome, and do it in front of a mirror to see yourself better. Just rememb...

How To: Do easy yoga poses

This video details how to do easy yoga poses for beginners. To start out, assume 'mountain pose' which involves placing the feet at about a hip width distance apart. After the feet are placed, lengthen up through the spine and roll the shoulders back while also tucking the chin slightly back. Arms are then raised upward while inhaling, and lowered while exhaling and in the same exhale lift out of the hips, hinge, then enter a forward bend. Note, it is acceptable to bend the knees in this proc...

How To: Do bicycle crunches with Brooke Burke

Bicycle crunches consist of lying flat on your back, your hand on the back of your head, knees bent to face the ceiling, feet flat on the floor. To perform the bicycle crunch bring one elbow up toward your opposite knee as you bring the knee toward your elbow. This will cause you to move part of your upper body and you should feel the workout in your abs. As you progressively get better at this move you can bring your legs straight up in to the air. 5 minutes of this 3 times a week should be ...

How To: Construct Boba Fett's knee armor from Star Wars

Did you know that Boba Fett was actually "the next major villain" after Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back? All the more reason to start your Boba Fett costume. Whether for fun or for film, this is a good thing to make for any Star Wars fan. Watch this nine-part video tutorial to learn how to construct Boba Fett's knee armor from Star Wars.

How To: Do the Knee Crossover freestyle soccer trick

Learn freestyle football with Mariusz Chorazy, also known as freestyle soccer. Freestyle football is the art of juggling a football (aka soccer ball) using multiple body parts while performing skillful moves at the same time (and never dropping the ball of course). Freestyle football consists of dribbling moves, fakes and tricks. Master your freestyle football moves with these instructional tutorials. This video demonstrates: Knee Crossover.

How To: Strengthen the hip flexor

Hip flexors are important muscles to target when weight training to build functional strength in the legs. Learn how to do hip flexor exercises in this strength training video. Take action: knees to chest exercise targets core, hold weight between feet, raise knees as high as you can, start in push up position and bring alternate knees to elbows, and work for quick reps and endurance. Tom Clifford, the instructor in this how-to video, has a degree in physical education, fitness and health fro...

How To: Define your lower abs with bar exercises

In this video, John Alvino talks about his favorite lower ab exercises. The first is called the lowball pulling. You begin by putting your feet on top of a swiss ball, put your hands in push up position, have good stability and bring your knees towards your chest and then extend it out, all while contracting your abs. The next lower ab exercise Alvino discusses is called the hanging knee raise. With an overhead bar, grip on to the bar and allow your body to hang in a pull up position. Bring y...

How To: Draw full body manga characters

If you want to draw full body manga characters you need to make sure you know how to draw legs. First you should draw hid lines in a box and then connect legs. Make sure you have a gap for the legs and that the legs as even. Draw two circles for the buttocks and then draw legs coming down with a space in between them. Make sure you draw circles to distinguish the ankle and the knee joint. Measure out the leg to make sure the knee to hip and knee to ankle are approximately even. If you want to...

How To: Stretch your legs for high section kicks

In this video we learn to stretch our legs so we can perform our high section kicks easier. A good start is taking your leg and bending your knee so your foot is right behind your butt. Hold your foot there for about 30 seconds. Then, trying to keep your foot where it is, bring your leg out to the side. Hold this for 30 seconds. Next you can lift your leg and hold your knee to your chest and hold. Do these stretches on each leg for your upper leg. Now for your lower leg, keep your heels on th...

How To: Kickbox without knee pain

Ginger Gustafson, kickboxing instructor, demonstrates how to do some basic kickboxing moves, explaining stance and position. Kickboxing is a great full body workout, but this form of exercise can be hard on knees if you practice unprepared. Watch this video fitness tutorial and learn how to kickbox without knee pain.

How To: Exercise with hanging knee lifts

Have you tried working out with hanging knee lifts? If so, you know that they are an essential part of lifting weights and strength training. This fitness how-to video demonstrates how to work out the legs and abs with hanging knee lifts. Learn how to do knee lift exercises in this training video.