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How to Train Your VMO (Vastus Medialis Oblique) for Stronger Knees | Howcast - The best how-to videos on the web


How to Train Your VMO (Vastus Medialis Oblique) for Stronger Knees | Howcast

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Tape Yourself - How-to use Kinesio Tex Tape to relieve shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fascitis, and runner's knee


Tape Yourself: Shinsplints

You see those pink donuts under her knees? They work REALLY WELL for reducing knee discomfort, when performing kneeling exercises. As a trainer, I've tried so many different knee supports for clients that do kneeling push ups, ab wheel exercises, etc. Towels, airex foam pads, actual knee pads, etc ... and all work only to a certain degree. These knee donuts are so far, the only tool that have made it comfy for the patella, and this has been the case for all my clients, both male and female.


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Why does my knee pop? Linked to an article explaining the muscle tug of war that my doctor once told me I have, and a short time of physical therapy would fix. Article has multiple exercises for the knees so I can get into races again.


Knee Popping: The Vastus Medialis

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20.50 Design Between 20° and 50° of flexion, the patella is at risk to abnormal tracking, subluxation, and dislocation. The 20.50 Patellofemoral Brace dynamically supports the patella through


20.50 Patella Knee Brace

Pilates video targeting the SI Joint and how to stretch and strengthen it.


SI Joint Exercise with Pilates Principles

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The Best VMO Exercises For Knee Therapy | Sports Knee Therapy