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knee-pain

Lateral Knee Pain

How do you Move? A small home challenge for each and every one of you;

Can you control your knee position during a small knee bend and a hop on landing?

Find out more about movement control along with the potential risks to your body via injury or reduced performance potential. The potential risks to areas such as lateral knee pain, patellofemoral issues, tight groins and strains around the adductors, alogn with the potential to increase loading into the foot with dropped arches are all risks that are worth working to avoid. They will stop you from completing the training you enjoy, playing the sport you love and potentially prevent you achieving the goals your dream of.

What you will discover during this video is that your pelvis needs ot be kept level and that you are aiming for the ideal of landing wiht your hip, knee and ankle in a line. Once you start to move away from this point you are increasing the loading risks to the tissues throughout the lower leg. When you consider the trianing that you are undertkaing over a three or six month period for a marathon, along wiht the race itself taking you some 30,000 steps then biomechanical inefficencies like this can really affect your performance, your training let alone the injury risks that are sitting in the background.

Improved biomechanics are crucial to maximising your potential, improving your muscle efficency through good rotational control of your body.

N.B. – By the way NO trainer is going to control this!

Good luck everyone.