6 POINT CRAWLING: Bottom of the big toe makes contact with the ground to push off – the precursor of using the big toe in gait. Cannot develop this gait mechanism if the pad of the big toe slips on its contact surface. Impossible to develop this if wearing socks or shoes, and then crawling develops without the engagement of the foot, but rather the knee (with the top of the foot in contact with the ground – providing no propulsive force.
KNEE PADS OR CARPET FOR ADULTS
HANDS SUPPORTING and HANDS PULLING mechanisms: Contact points on the hands.
Standing wall press and stair exercises Heterolateral