Why people should give their muscle health as much attention as their teeth

teeth and muscles

Our culture encourages certain activities as a force of habit, because they are fundamentally good for us. Brushing your teeth regularly, for example, is drilled into children to the degree that even the most resistant amongst us will be instinctively aware that to go without brushing your teeth for a day or two is bad. We all know that brushing your teeth can prevent terrible consequences. The same should be understood of exercise, and strength/movement training, as we teach it here are KneeStrength, and we want to make it clear that your physical health is as much in your hands as dental care is. Continue reading

Applying correct movement theories to other exercises

applying corrective exercisesThe exercises and techniques we promote to resolve knee problems are designed to change the way you move in everyday life. Nowhere is this more important than in sports and more strenuous movements that you might enjoy. For this reason, everything you do to correct your knees must be considered in context. You shouldn’t spend your time correcting patella maltracking with sissy squats in the privacy of a gym, for instance, only to go for a run with your knees pushing together. So how do you make sure that your corrective exercises are applied to your everyday life? Continue reading