Tips For Knee Pain Caused By Weight Training

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In this video, Maryke discusses the two most common causes of anterior knee pain that is aggravated by weight training or CrossFit, namely patellar tendinopathy and patellofemoral pain. She also explains what treatment can work for it and how to adapt you training to allow it to recover.

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Trap.CSGO says:

So to heal it should I rest it fully for aome time or is it something I can work theough?

Jelmer de Reus says:

thank you! helpful. just that a black pants doesn't help to show the different areas as a viewer can't really distinguish

jameslovin says:

I helped my uncle move and my right knee started acting up the next morning.

Ahad Mansoori says:

Thank you very much

Nathaniel Dowell says:

Helpful. I did a single personal training session where the guy started me on deadlifting. The weight wasn't bad, and I felt fine during the session, but I woke up with a case of patellar tendonitis in my right knee. The next morning and was having trouble with sitting down, standing up, or even starting the pedals on my spin bike without getting a sharp pain below my kneecap.

wakawaka1976 says:

So my knees have been sore since I started playing volleyballs on Saturdays and Sundays… I also do heavy leg workouts 2-3x a week…. The volleyball is when the soreness really started.

Mac_ Kenzee says:

Girl my knee pain is on 10 😞

YeNZeC says:

Could you perhaps make a video on the foot facing out ? When i align my hip and knee, the foot faces out. when i have the foot facing foward, the knee turns in.

Is this tight muscles >?

Sandro Cestra says:

Maryke, your channel, with explanations on the causes and management of different injuries is by far the best I have ever come across. As a physiotherapist, I find your videos very helpful for explaining things to my patients and giving them solid educational advice on self management. One thing I do struggle to help my patients with is cervical radiculopathy, I would love to see a video on that if possible! Cheers and keep up the good work!

Moggridge says:

Thank you very much. I have been having this problem and for the reasons you describe. I shall adopt your advice now.

Thanks again!

Subhash Chawda says:

Thanks for free of charge services for all. 🙏🙏🙏👏👏

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