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Best Knee Pain Exercises


Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj

In this video, I wanted to go through the best knee pain exercises.

Best Knee Pain Exercises

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I am going to get Alix to demonstrate them.

#1 – Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

Take a big step forward, flat in the front foot. Front knees are bent. Tighten up that abdominal area and tighten up the glutes. Bring the hips forward. We are looking at a light stretch in the front of the thigh and in the hip. Hold this for 20 seconds. We are looking for a light stretch and then you are going to alternate back and forth doing two repetitions on each side.

#2 – Wall Plank with Leg Kicks

Wall Plank with Leg Kicks

Wall Plank with Leg Kicks

Your hands are against the wall, touch below shoulder height. You are going to go on to your forearms. You are tight in the abdominal area and your body is in a straight line. Now, add leg kicks and alternate back and forth. We are working on stability in the hip which helps with knee pain. We are also working on the glutes and the hamstrings. The plank works out your core which also helps address knee pain.

When it comes to sets and reps, you will do a total of 10 repetitions, five on each side, alternating back and forth. As you saw, Alix did a nice controlled movement when it comes to bringing that leg back.

So, there you go! Give those two exercises a go when it relates to the best knee pain exercises.

If you want to end your knee discomfort permanently, then check out the Fix My Knee Pain program here:

Fix My Knee Pain

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS


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My knee has been hurting a lot lately, and I need to find a way to relieve the pain. I like that you included pictures of the stretches because now I know what they should look like. Hopefully, this helps me out or I will have to go see a doctor about it. Thanks for sharing!



Rick Kaselj Reply:

You are welcome, Sam! Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with. Take care!


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