Knee Pain Due to a Sloppy Knee

Knee Pain Due to a Sloppy Knee

In March of this year I was in Indianapolis.

I was there to live one of my dreams, which was to go to the NCAA March Madness Final Four Basketball Tournament.

It was an amazing experience.

Yes, it was Madness.

While I was out there, I met up with Mike Robertson.

While we were chatting about things, we did a quick video answering a question that I got from a blog reader about knee pain.

Have a look and listen to what Mike had to say:

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What to do About Knee Pain Due to a Sloppy Knee?

==>  CLICK HERE to watch the interview with Mike Robertson on what to do about knee pain due to a sloppy knee.

I like what Mike had to say about:

– how to improve the stability of the knee

– where you need to look other than the knee

– the movements you need to look at

– the patterns of movement you need to look at

(I know the umbrella behind Mike is kind of funny.  It looks like he is wearing the umbrella as it flaps in the wind.  I didn’t  notice it until after I recorded the video.  I got a chuckle out of it and I hope Mike did as well.)

Before I left Indianapolis, I made sure to swing by Mike Robertson and Bill Harman‘s facility called IFAST. Of course, I did a video for you while I was there.

What is Up With IFAST?

==>  CLICK HERE to check out what is up with IFAST (Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training )

Just wrapping up.

If you can’t train with Mike Robertson or go to his upcoming courses, you can always check out Muscle Imbalances Revealed, as he has a great video presentation that will help you out if you have a knee injury.


If you are looking for knee injury exercise programs, make sure to check out the exercises I use with my clients, Knee Injury Solution.


That is it.  Have a great day.  The snow has finally vanished here in the suburbs of Vancouver.

Rick Kaselj, MS