The single most important exercise for knee strength, and for health and fitness in general, is the squat. When you reach your perfect level of fitness, you may squat to platforms as low as 12 or 13 inches, bearing incredible loads and pushing your knees about as far as your toes. When you’re suffering from patella maltracking, though, bending your knees a fraction over the foot may be excruciatingly painful. You can get around that pain by doing unweighted squats with a few minor compensations, laying the foundations for a squat without compensations later. Continue reading
We believe you can overcome knee pain, even if you don't. Strength and mobility are possible through simple, easy to learn exercises - no drugs, no surgery. These lessons and techniques come from trainer Chris Williams, who resolved life-long knee problems through personal study and hard work.
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