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NEW RUNNERS KNEE PAIN: PART 4

Follow Along For Our 6 Part Series To Help Tackle Your Running Aches and Pains. Lets Get You Back To Running Those KMs Pain Free.


Welcome To Video 4 of the “New Runners Knee Pain” Series! Today we’re going from the kneeling position we looked at in video 3 up into a standing position. We’re getting ready to accept some weight onto our feet.



In the previous videos we have gone through a self-assessment, created some mobility, locked in our core, and moved into transitions. So today we’re going to move straight into some rotary stability at the trunk, hip and the foot. Rotary stability helps to control rotational forces during activities such as running and is needed to resist rotation through the torso during arm and leg movements.


I want you to work through the different variations of rotary stability from the trunk, to the hip-knee down to the ankle-foot. See what one works the best; whatever one feels most challenging is the one you do.


Let me know how this works out for you, if you have any questions shoot me a message. See you in video 5!



Enjoy,

Tommy