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Win a Copy of Knee Injury Solution

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Filed Under (Fitness, Knee Injury, Knee Pain) by Rick Kaselj



 

Win a Copy of my Knee Injury Solution Program:

 

This is coming out next week.

You can win a copy of the program, right now.

This is what is included in the Knee Injury Solution Program:

 

  • 9 exercises that you can do to prevent knee pain
  • A quick 10 minute workout that you can do anywhere to make your knees stronger
  • The exercises to do after knee surgery to increase range of motion and decrease pain
  • Exercises to do in order to make walking easier and pain-free
  • A guide for those that have knee pain due to an ACL injury to read and have a better understanding of their injury

This is what you have to do in order to be eligible to win a copy of the Knee Injury Solution Program:

 

  1. Go to the comment area and answer this question: “How will having a go-to exercise program for knee injuries help yourself or your knee injury clients?”

It’s that simple.

I will be reading all the comments over the next few day and will pick the winner Monday evening.

Now scroll down and leave a comment.

Rick Kaselj

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It will help me with the pain I experience.

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You offer great info that is understandable and to the point. Exercises that you can use for all levels of patients or clients.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Thank you Joe.

Rick Kaselj

@Joe

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Having a definitive guide from an expert such as yourself will enable me to “pick your brain” as I design corrective strategies for my patients and clients. I appreciate your fresh and innovative approaches to the clinical challenges that I encounter on a regular basis!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Jackie,

Thank you for the kind words.

Rick Kaselj

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Thanks M.

Rick Kaselj

@m

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It can offer me more complete insight to understanding the mechanics and exercise precsriptions of knee pain. Is knee pain really knee pain or does it stem from another joint/area? I want to always offer the most current and relevent research to directly help and impact my clients.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Raina,

I agree.

I always want to provide the most up to date exercises when it relates to injuries.

Rick Kaselj

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I am a personal trainer, water and land group exercise instructor at a YMCA. As a non-profit, my Y provides reduced rates and free memberships to those in need. Consequently, we see lots of seniors who can’t afford for profit gyms. Many of them are pre/post knee replacement. Your program could go a long way in educating staff as to how to best serve this population, and provide valuable information to the seniors themselves that will enhance their quality of life.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Pam,

Thank you so much.

I agree with you more and more seniors are heading to the gym after knee replacement.

Rick Kaselj

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As clinic coordinator for Sunrun intraining, the biggest comment I will hear this year is “my knees hurt”. This information would be a great resource for my Sun Runners.
Thanks Rick!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Cathy,

Excellent point.

Knee pain in runners is huge.

Rick Kaselj

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Adam,

Thanks a lot.

It amazes me how many people have had ACL injuries.

Rick Kaselj

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My humble opinion is that a “go-to” program should help inform and be part of a reasoned process used and driven by a clinician/conditioner (etc) or experienced body. In my mind it should never be used in place of a one to one session with an experienced clinician who can adapt such a program for that particular moment in time. Fatigue, inflammatory markers, muscle imbalance/loss of range, compensatory patterns and poor technique are just some of the factors that can negatively dictate what exercises should/shouldn’t be done, and can change between sessions. A program should also be based on achieving objectives rather than time frames (but keeping stages of tissue in mind). In that respect the program needs to be completely tailored to the individual and their symptoms, no one injury is the same or even tolerate the same amount of stress, whether that be more, or less. It is an integral part of achieving success in relation to health and in some instances becoming asymptomatic. Achieving success in this respect is an art form learned by those diligent enough to pay attention to detail. Keep up the good work.

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It’ll help me manage both my own and my clients’ knee issues during event training. Hopefully it will collect all the references I might need in one place instead of spread through books, saved articles, web links.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Katherine,

I agree about having thing spread everywhere is an issue.

Rick Kaselj

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Having a reference tool such as this would be invaluable to me and my clients. As a Personal Trainer, I am who my clients look to for answers about their health and wellness. This material would be a great help in assisting with rehab exercises and any prehabilitation work needed.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Lisa,

I feel Knee Injury Solution is a reference guide to exercises that can be done for knee injuries.

Rick Kaselj

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A go to knee program is just another tool in the box. As someone with a degree in exercise science(who unfortunately isn’t using it proffesionally at the moment) I am always trying to learn more about how the body functions. Not just to move into the fitness profession. But, more importantly to understand and improve my own bodies capacity.

I think almost anyone who has been training for any amount of time has had some sort of knee injury. Those who are not active tend to have issues with their knees for different reasons. So it is easy to understand why learning how to decrease risk of injury, increase strength and mobility is vital to anyone- fitness enthusiast or not.

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I work with a large number of youth, high school, and collegiate competitive athletes. One of the things we pride ourselves on is reducing the risk of injuries first and foremost. We have long been very effective at doing so but I feel that furthering our knowledge and having a great example of a “system” could only benefit them more. I have the MIR program and the rotator cuff program and have found them invaluable to my training. I’m hoping the knee solutions will be the same.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

I am so glad I have been able to help Shane.

Rick Kaselj

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My brother and I are starting up a gym together and are being selective on what clients we have in group exercises because we do a lot of jumping, lunges, squats etc. With the Knee Injury Solution, we would not have to worry about who we want joining certain classes bc we are too worried about the health of their knees. We would have the resources and confidence to help these people out and restore the health of their knees so they can participated in the classes!

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Having a new twist on things depends perspective. I pride myself on always continuing to evolve my approach to training and corrective movement. Another tool in this road to becoming and helping others become whole is realizing we always need other for knowledge and ideas. I personally feel that this will give me greater ideas also I dig knees for dancin and want to make sure mine are optimal :).

Good to talk to you Rick & Everyone KEEP ON KEEPIN ON!

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A go-to exercise program for knee injuries would be an outstanding resource, as I run a bootcamp and my members are working hard on a regular basis, and don’t need to be dragged down by injuries. Some of these members have replaced acls, torn meniscus and other ailments, that should not prevent them from achieving their health and fitness goals by participating in a group fitness class. Having said that, a guide to modify exercises, keep these clients pain free, and advise them on how to manage their previous injuries would be of great value to me and my members.

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I’d love to win. Who wouldn’t? I thank you for making this continuing educational material readily available. I’d be the wrong person to give it to because I’m happy to pay for good information. Good information empowers us to earn more because we have more to give. Sharing knowledge is the most generous thing we can do, and it usually comes back 10 fold. Helping clients (and ourselves) with preventing or dealing with knee pain and injuries would be an incredible gift that keeps on giving. So keep caring, and keep sharing. We all win.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Ariella,

Thank you so much.

Very true, me sharing all do has returned back to me 10 fold in numerous areas.

Rick Kaselj

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My clientele is largely sedentary, overweight people in their late middle ages. For many, I am their last ditch effort for fitness in their golden years. I have to get them pain-free and keep them pain-free or they will return to the couch. They deserve all the expertise I can find. And I am grateful to have found this website and all the great products on it. I can’t wait to glean some more knowledge from the Knee Injury Solution. I know it will help me keep my clients moving. Thanks Rick!

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Hi Rick: Have incriminating photos. Send the free book and no one gets hurt. heh heh

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Hmm, not sure how to reply to this one.

Rick Kaselj

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Steve,

I agree that nothing beat one-on-one.

I encourage people to print the program out and met up with a fitness professional and have them review the exercises with them.

Rick Kaselj

@Steve Humphries

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Erik,

Excellent point about everyone having some kind of old knee injury.

I know I do.

Rick Kaselj

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Barry,

Thank you so much, I am so glad I could help out.

Rick Kaselj

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Josh,

This will help you with your bootcamp clients.

Rick Kaselj

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Thanks Chris.

Rick Kaselj

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Knee injuries are just awful. With all these high impact sports athletes and runners now-a-days, everyone has some time of knee injury, ankle sprain, shin splints or some other leg problem. Being proactive about lower body injuries is so important!

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Our car broke last week. We decided to trash it. We need to get a new one. Much unlike our knees. We need them and when we can’t use them they are irreplaceable and must be fixed. I injured my LCL trying to run a half marathon without doing the full mileage. That was not a good plan. I pay for it and I don’t want my clients to have to. I work with clients with knee pain. One of them I would like to get back to walking, running and even cycling if I can. The problem is, the pain keeps moving around: foot, hip, knee, hip, knee. I have the swelling gone and would like to start things getting stronger in the proper order. I’m not sure I know how, but I’m trying. I also teach seniors and there seems to be pain everywhere all the time. If you could help with a resource to keep me and my clients on track, that would be great! But what could I do for you?
Stacey Prejza

canfitpro PRO TRAINER, Mind Body Specialist
Certified 500 hour Yoga Instructor
Certified Pilates and Cycling Instructor

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A program like this will help my patients by providing them with a
thoroughly researched and evidence based solution for knee pain that is
precise and easily implemented. It is not time consuming, which insures that
the patient will not only begin the program but follow it through to its
completion. This in turn will provide the desired results for both the
client & therapist alike. Pain free knees.

Thanks

Cole

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It will help me in my studies and being a better sports therapist.
I would really love to win it.

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Having a go to program will help me understand knee dynamics and methods I can use to have and maintain healthy knees so I can go hiking with my son more and enjoy working out. I am interested in becoming a personal trainer in the future and getting myself to a healthy state will be beneficial to helping others.

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Because I have had three knees surgeries (ACL, MCL, and meniscus) during my elementary and high school years, you can just imagine the pain I endure currently and for the rest on my life. I am one of the many youth athletes that suffer from horrible knee injuries and I want to help reduce future injuries and pain for them as well as myself. I have invested in your muscle imbalance product and the information is beyond its time. I have learned so much from that product. So, I am confident that this knee product will be superb and helpful. Your influence on the fitness industry has been significant. Your passion and commitment to help others and improve the fitness industry is contagious. You inspire people such as myself to pursue greatness and to continue on with your work to help the future generations. Thank you Rick, you have helped me so much.

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Hi Rick,
Iam 52 years old and am just starting to experience pain in my knees. I receive your emails regularly but I have to admit that Iam a little skeptical. I do yoga pretty much daily, a small amount of weight work but mostly body weight excercises. Iam by no means competition worthy but I think that Iam in decent shape. Iam 5’6 and 125lbs so Iam confused as to why my knees are bothering me. Iam very careful about my nutritional intake and I lean more towards helping my body to heal itself rather than medications etc. By the way, my knees are the only issue that I have. I would love to try your program to see if your excercises could really cure the pain in my knees. Thanks for the opportunity to try it for free!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

You are welcome, Heather! Let me know how it goes.

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