30 Min Knee Exercises for Knee Pain Relief – Knee Strengthening & Knee Stretches Knee Rehab Stretch

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Ashok Mangotra says:

I have been doing the knee and lower back excerccises of Hasfit for the last five years and have benefitted tremendously from both. I have put the pain problems behind me totally. Thanks to Hasfit and both of you.
I would like to make two points : i ) Do you have any specific excercises for the prostrate muscles ? and ii) In India, we do not touch books with our feet. They are taken to be the symbols of the Goddess of Learning. So that part feels a bit jarring.

O' de Joy says:

Your diversity of exercises are the best!! Love following you. Thank you do much!!!

Songtao Lou says:

What is the difference with climb stairs?

H A says:

As usual excellent – one of the best on YouTube – thank you for taking the time for providing such great content.

mitra pedoeim says:

Hi. I love love your exercises.
Question: 1-is it better to wear sneakers while doing the exercises when there is a a carpet? 2- not wearing shoes make your ankle stronger or no?( Beacause i have a very weak and tight ankles).Thank you ahead of time and I always share your videos with friends and family.

Suriya B says:

Today is very nice 👍

Christi Giggy says:

Love this workout!!

Sheryl Schmidgall says:

Awesome in have bad knees so this is helping

Barb Bull says:

Thank you for the exercises! Is it important to be pulling back on your heel and not a flat foot? I was taught this exercise in PT! But they had me doing it with a flat foot!

vani b v says:

I had ligament tear acl 8 months ago. Now it's healed now still pain in both knees. Now cartilage tear in MRI. Little upset. What to do. Suggest

vani b v says:

I get knee pain while standing up, sitting down. Knee is uneasy while climbing stairs since 8 months bcz of felling from vehicle skid. How it gets healed?

vani b v says:

I have right knee pain due to meniscus tear, will it gets healed?

vani b v says:

Will these exercise helpful for arthritis also?

Tanya Tomkiewicz says:

Great, low impact but still a decent work out, my knees feel so much better!

gobinder bal says:

Very nice i done it with the video .
I found very good.

Rita Brandow says:

Hi I just had rod put in my right leg. It goes from the top of my knee to the top of my thigh. Because of it I walk different. I am having pain in my kneewill this help

Sara A. says:

This’s great! my knees are happy now.

Ivy’s world says:

I do dis workout every day its the best it helped my knee thank you soo much🙌🙌👌👌🙏🙏

Eamag Dhòmhnullach says:

I did these exercises for three weeks and developed Chondromalacia. I was doing the slow step ups and something snapped in my knee. I thought because these exercises were slow and gentle they would be fine. I've been laid up for a week now. Please remember to consult with your doctor before beginning any new exercises if you have ad prior injury/trauma/arthritis.

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