Blogs about Knee

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 • N Vancouver, BC V7G2S5, CA
Jody Kennett's Blog
No matter if you train baby boomers or extreme athletes or clients for weight loss, chances are you have encountered a client with arthritis or knee and hip pain. Knee and hip replacement surgery is becoming more and more common and therefore, the public is seeing it as an everyday operation that is no big deal.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 • New York, NY 10021
Corina's Blog
It's been nearly 4 weeks since I've had knee surgery and it's been a challenge staying motivated. I've found that staying focused on not losing too much strength is my trigger to motivation. I know my cardiovascular health will diminish somewhat. I keep a realistic outlook on what I can accomplish day to day and keep my mind on the cumulative results. Everyday there's a mini milestone. I find that it's a great opportunity for exercising creative techniques.
Thursday, June 29, 2017 • Palo Cedro, CA 96073-9740
Jami's Fit for Life Blog
Lose the Wheat, Gain Your Knees;A Story of Recovery Through Eating Right! Today I want to share a success story. I need to start by saying that for years... to mentally and physically prepare my clients for their workouts, I used the figure of speech, “Eat your Wheaties!” Ooops!!! 
Monday, September 22, 2014 • Centennial, CO 80121
Rosanne Juergens's Blog
I have been training J.B. since January 2014 to meet strength goals, and coaching him on his knee replacement rehabilitation. This amazing man made it a personal goal to work out diligently three times per week with the program(s) I designed for him. He achieved 100 workouts in the 8 months since our first appointment. Here he is doing a Low Row, wearing the badge that I made for him to acknowledge his good work. He has seen all kinds of improvements since he started working out. You can too!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 • Mesquite, TX 75150
The Balance Guy
 Just read a short article by injury specialist and exercise physiologist Rick Kaselj, MS suggesting the position you keep your knee in, is partly causing knee pain. Positions include 1. sitting down with your knees bent. 2. With your feet crossed 3. Your feet behind you and under your chair.