Knee injury is one of the most common not only for runners, but also for athletes in general. Improperly performed squats - problems with the knees. Wrongly jumped - problems with the knees. Performed bench press with too much weight - problems with the knees. But even the sick knees for many - not a reason to postpone training. Today we offer you five exercises that are specially changed so that people with diseased knees can continue their studies!

Steve Sanders, fitness expert and founder of the Power Train Sports Institute, offers five modifications of the usual exercises, which allow you to move forward without increasing the burden on your knees and giving them the opportunity to recover.

Exercises in total 10. Perform them preferably every day, or at least every other day. Less often it makes no sense, because muscles and ligaments require a regular load for effective work.

5 exercises to strengthen the muscles and their injection, to form a good frame to hold the bones of the knee in the correct position. 5 stretching exercises to ensure that the ligaments become elastic.

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#1. Deadlift

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#2. Glute Bridge

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#3. Pilates Swimming

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#4. Squats

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#5. Leg Raise

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#6. Basic Squat With Side Leg Lift

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#7. Clamshell with Band

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#8.Plank Leg Raises

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#9. Plank Knee to Elbow

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#10. Knee to Elbow Crunches

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