The Complete Knees and Thighs Chapter
- Knees and Thighs Chapter (Duration 28.02s)
Ligamentous straps hold the knee joint together and the muscles that come down from the thigh, wrap around the knee and attach to the lower leg. Muscle pain typically presents in the belly of the muscle or where it attaches to the bone.
A painful joint is often the tightness of the muscle pulling at its attachment point. Pain on the inside of the knee is likely excessive tension in the Adductor group – the muscles on the inside of the leg. Pain above, below or under your knee cap could be excessive tension in the Quad group. Pain at the back of the knee can be the result of hamstring tension. Pain on the outside can be excessive tension in the ITB. Cartilage disc or ligament damage can be another reason for pain in the knee.
This chapter will explain the triggers to knee and thigh problems and the 3D animation will show how the knees and thighs function and the reasons for discomfort or pain. The stretching routines will overcome present problems and prevent future ones.
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