Manual Strength and Rhythmic Stabilization at End Range

I work with a large population of aesthetic based sports (gymnastics, ballet, etc) that requires excessive mobility ranges. Often times the athlete has great control and strength at mid range, but significantly lacks that paralleled strength or control at end range. End range is where they typically have issues related to instability or passive tissue overload, so we need to prepare them for it. To safely return the athlete back to their sport and optimize their performance, they must work strength and dynamic stability at end range. By learning these principles from other practitioners, I adopted using manual techniques for end range strength and rhythmic stabilization drills based on the athletes sporting requirements.