Freedom of motion in its very basic form involves walking and sitting. Those with knee pain know how difficult these simple acts can be. And those in sports realize that without a strong and stable knee, performance suffers and chances of injury increases.
Like most things in life a systematic approach produces the safest results.
Within the first fifteen minutes of your session which includes sophisticated 3D animation, you would understand how your ankle, your knee and your hip work as single unit to create stability or instability in your knees. You also understand why what you have done in the past has not worked for you since you have been trying to solve the wrong problem. Focusing on the knee itself and disregarding other parts of the body that impact the knee is like chasing smoke instead of dealing with fire.
X5 process always includes a systematic approach to expansion of awareness. The progression of awareness in the sessions related to strengthening the knee begins with understanding how a person’s emotions and self-image impact the way she stands and sits, followed by physical aspects of posture and simple exercises for clients to see and feel muscle imbalances around their ankle, knee and hips.
American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine reports about 150,000 ACL injuries occur in the United States every year. A training protocol that helps adjust and balance the nerve signals going to the muscles is one of the most effective ways to prevent these types of knee injuries.
Men and woman are built differently and use their muslces differently. X5 knee strengthening exercises consider the difference in anatomy between men and women and how this difference impacts their posture and their muscles.
“I came to X5 with a knee and a shoulder injury. I could only squat down for a few inches because of the knee injury,” recalls Jennifer Snodgrass, one of X5 Fitness Camp clients. “Fast-forward to now. I can do full kettlebell squats, TRX single leg squats, kettlebell shoulder press and dozens of other exercises effortlessly.”
For more information on Corrective Exercises to Strengthen the Knees contact Vishy Dadsetan at (877) 348-6873.
Watch the vidoe below and see how I took Kasia through the next step in a process for her to learn what is causing her pain, how to reduce and eliminate her specific pains and increase her ability to move in the full range of motion again.
Contact Vishy Dadsetan at 877-348-6873 to set up your consutlation session for corrective exercises to strengthen your knees.