Beat Your Knee Pain with this Surprising Tip!

Knee pain is fairly common, especially as we age. Many of us simply accept that as we get older, our knees will hurt – but it doesn’t have to be this way!

While working on strengthening our legs and the muscles around our knees is a great way to help avoid and stay out of knee pain, it isn’t the full story.

One of the most common misconceptions about pain is that the place that hurts is the problem.

The knee is a great example. When your knee hurts, many people think that it’s a knee problem. But your knee is actually suffering because of what’s going on above and below.

That is why I wanted to share a little secret with you about knee pain. All too often, your knee hurts because your ankle doesn’t move very well!

You see, when your ankle gets stuck, your knee has to compensate, and that leads to pain and injury.

So, if you’ve been struggling with knee aches and pains, check out the video below to see how to improve your ankle mobility and take some of the pressure off your knee!

Try out these exercises, and you may be surprised by how much they help with both your mobility and with keeping you out of pain!

Need Help Getting Started?

We know that knee pain is not always as simple as doing a few mobility drills (though sometimes it is!).

So, if you need a more complete evaluation and exercise program not only for your knee but for your whole body, I invite you to check out our 28-Day Kickstart Program, where you will learn the exact exercises you need to get you to your goals.

In this program, you will get:

  • Info on how to improve your golf game through exercise
  • 2-3 personal training sessions weekly to teach you the exact exercises you need to get results
  • A simple meal plan
  • 1-on-1 success coaching to help guide you as you work to change your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits

If you want to set yourself up for success, click here to learn more and take back control of your health and fitness today!

Mint Condition Fitness empowers people to take control of their fitness and fully enjoy the life they have built.