One of the most frequent comments I hear from new clients is, “I can’t do that because my knees are bad.” And my response is always, "Your knees are problematic because you haven’t been doing that move." A majority of the chronic knee pains that my clients experience are caused by imbalances or poor flexibility in the muscles around their knees, like their quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves—they're not caused by injuries that damage the structure of their joints.
A 35-Minute HIIT Workout That Won't Hurt Your Knees
Do you have bad knees? Here are some workout modifications for people with bad knees that still want a great workout! With just a few changes, you can create a lower-impact yet high-intensity fitness routine that won't cause you aches and pains!
Do you have a history of knee pain? Get those knees healthy again for your outdoor adventure pursuits this summer by trying these exercises on WebMD's Slideshow: Exercises for Knee Osteoarthritis and Joint Pain
Do you suffer from chronic knee pain? This month, take The Stronger Knees Challenge to build joint strength, improve mobility, and prevent injury. Your knees will thank you! *** Get a free teeth whitening powder, link in bio!