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Top 3 Exercises to Relieve and Prevent Knee Pain

Knee injuries and knee pain plague athletes and the general population, alike. Knee injuries can be caused by multiple factors, such as traumatic i...

Lunges Hurt Your Knees? Try This

The Lunge is something I would consider essential for good movement. Single-leg strength and stability is of massive importance in keeping humans heal...

3 Exercises That Can Help You Squat Without Knee Pain

"Squats are the devil." "They hurt my knees." "I can't do Lunges or Squats." "My knees can't take squats or jumping." These phrases have b...

Why the FIFA 11+ Program May Be the World's Best Warm-Up

If you've played organized sports at any point in your life, you've probably been involved in a crummy warm-up. You know—the ones that entail act...

This 5 Drill Warm-Up Will Help Athletes Conquer Knee Valgus

Knee Valgus. Two words no coach or athlete wants to hear, see or experience with regularity. Unfortunately, those two dreadful words are insanely c...

5 Reasons Your Knees Always Hurt (and How to Finally Fix Them)

No one likes dealing with nagging pain. For athletes looking to enhance performance and get after it, such pain is particularly troublesome. All...

These Exercises Can Help Protect Female Soccer Players Against ACL Injuries

ACL injuries are incredibly common among female soccer players. Many of the sport's biggest stars, such as Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan, have suff...

How I Conquered My 'Runner's Knee' Pain

Every day millions of people suffer from knee pain. Some know the cause of their pain, and others do not. I was recently afflicted with knee pain t...

Knee Valgus Is the Movement Deficiency That Plagues Many Young Athletes

Knee Valgus refers to a moment during a squat or jumping movement where the knees cave in toward one another. Perhaps you're familiar with the imag...

Why the Traditional Procedure for a Torn Meniscus Can Lead to a Lifetime of Pain (And The Smarter Approach Pro Athletes Favor)

Your meniscus is important. Two pads of cartilage wedged between your shin and thigh bones, the meniscus works to absorb shock, distribute load and...

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