Exercise Library

The Physical Therapy Department at Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber encourages you to find new ways to stay active at home. These exercises can be easily adapted for your fitness level. Always consult with your physician before starting a new exercise program. Love, the PT staff. 814-467-3465

Julia demonstrates various lower body strengthening exercises that can be completed on any flight of stairs at home or at a park.

Get your heart rate up with this full body exercise routine that Sara is performing using only a bench.

Teo demonstrates that anything that weighs 8 lbs can be used for carries. These exercises help to build a stronger core.

Check out Breanne as she demonstrates how to progress the dead bug core series. Progress when you can easily perform 10 repetitions.

Do you have hip pain? Julia demonstrates how to perform exercises to improve hip stabilization in this exercise series.

If you are looking to improve your push up ability, start with these modifications that Sara is demonstrating and progress as you get stronger.

Body weight squats are a great exercise to build strength throughout multiple muscle groups in the legs and trunk. Kelsey from our Davidsville PT Clinic demonstrates several variations from beginner to advanced.

Julia demonstrates a posterior rotator cuff and scapular stabilization exercise routine, which is great for shoulder pain. These are great strengthening exercises for overhead sports such as baseball and volleyball.

If you are looking for a more advanced core strengthening workout, try these ball plank variations performed by Breanne from our Portage Physical Therapy Clinic.

Teo from our Portage Physical Therapy Clinic has a special interest in working with the running population. He frequently recommends these drills to improve strength and performance.

Ryan, from our Chestnut Ridge Physical Therapy Clinic, demonstrates a great core progression with the bird dog sequence from beginner to advanced.

Looking to high intensity interval training to do at home? Try these drills that Sara is demonstrating using a flight of stairs.