Strong Knees DVD

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$19.98

Exercise your way to good knee health

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This simple strengthening and stretching routine targets the muscles that protect your knees to avoid undue stress and strain. It also targets painful areas to speed in their healing. Physical therapist Chantal Donnelly created this gentle routine to help you exercise your way to good knee health. 30 minutes.

Knee pain is not a prerequisite to aging. In fact, almost all knee injuries can be easily prevented and treated. The secret to strong knees is knowing exactly how to take care of these important joints when they’re hurting and while they’re healthy.

Strong Knees DVD includes:
  • "7 Minutes to Save Your Knees" abridged workout
  • Exercise modifications for all fitness levels
  • BONUS! Exercises and techniques
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by The set-designer should be fired! I like to take Gaiam DVD's with me when I travel for business. Usually that requires that I watch them on my laptop. With this video that is impossible. The girls in the video are wearing dark green pants and dark brown tops against a backdrop of a dark mat and a very dark room. This may sound like a simple annoyance, but unless your looking straight at the screen on a certain angle all you get are shadows. All you can see are feet, faces and hands. I had the same result when I tried to watch it at home. You're trying to do the exercises which requires you to be lying on the floor, holding onto a chair or leaning against a wall. So you can never be directly in front of the screen! Also the wall exercises require that you slide your back up and down a wall. Easy enough if you have the slick varnished wood support beams in the video. If you have paint or wallpaper or the slightest bit of perspiration good luck. I guess the solution would be a balance ball, but then why not just buy a balance ball video? Most of these exercises can be found in any Pilates video. I won't "not" recommend it only because she does some good explanation of the muscle groups and overall the exercises would seem to be beneficial and I only paid $15. But I was by no means blown away or that impressed. I would highly recommend if you or going to make a video like this you take into consideration that the person really needs to see how the exercises are performed and what muscle groups are being incorporated! May 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Overall, it's pretty good I like this video very much, I've only had it for a couple of weeks, but I already feel the muscles affecting my knees getting stronger and more flexible. I think that the instructions are clear and the demonstrations are correct and precise. While I appreciate the idea that the reasons for working each of the targeted muscle groups are explained before each exercise, I would like it if all of the explanations were done at the beginning of the video so that once the exercising begins, we could get through it non-stop. I do like it though, and will continue to use it. August 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Video Very informative video and easy to use on a regular basis. October 25, 2009
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by The set-designer should be fired! I like to take Gaiam DVD's with me when I travel for business. Usually that requires that I watch them on my laptop. With this video that is impossible. The girls in the video are wearing dark green pants and dark brown tops against a backdrop of a dark mat and a very dark room. This may sound like a simple annoyance, but unless your looking straight at the screen on a certain angle all you get are shadows. All you can see are feet, faces and hands. I had the same result when I tried to watch it at home. You're trying to do the exercises which requires you to be lying on the floor, holding onto a chair or leaning against a wall. So you can never be directly in front of the screen! Also the wall exercises require that you slide your back up and down a wall. Easy enough if you have the slick varnished wood support beams in the video. If you have paint or wallpaper or the slightest bit of perspiration good luck. I guess the solution would be a balance ball, but then why not just buy a balance ball video? Most of these exercises can be found in any Pilates video. I won't "not" recommend it only because she does some good explanation of the muscle groups and overall the exercises would seem to be beneficial and I only paid $15. But I was by no means blown away or that impressed. I would highly recommend if you or going to make a video like this you take into consideration that the person really needs to see how the exercises are performed and what muscle groups are being incorporated! May 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Overall, it's pretty good I like this video very much, I've only had it for a couple of weeks, but I already feel the muscles affecting my knees getting stronger and more flexible. I think that the instructions are clear and the demonstrations are correct and precise. While I appreciate the idea that the reasons for working each of the targeted muscle groups are explained before each exercise, I would like it if all of the explanations were done at the beginning of the video so that once the exercising begins, we could get through it non-stop. I do like it though, and will continue to use it. August 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Video Very informative video and easy to use on a regular basis. October 25, 2009
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