Simple Strengthening Exercises for Painful Knees Using A Set of Stairs (Arthritis/Osteoarthritis)

Simple Strengthening Exercises for Painful Knees Using A Set of Stairs (Arthritis/Osteoarthritis)


40 comments on “Simple Strengthening Exercises for Painful Knees Using A Set of Stairs (Arthritis/Osteoarthritis)

  1. Quin Rose Post author

    Thank you so much for sharing your hard earned knowledge with us! I "discovered" you two gents about 6 months ago and it has been uncanny, but every time I suffered an injury of some sort you came up with a new video to address my concerns! From Achilles heel, slumped back, poor posture while walking, previously ruptured disc, now sore knees! It made me realize that even my exercise teacher (for seniors–mainly focuses on balance) shows us wrong exercises! So extra big thank you for making us aware!

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  2. Cish 60 Post author

    I'll be getting to these exercises as I'm starting to get pain when I walk those darned steps!! Thanks, boys!

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  3. Joyce BF Post author

    I appreciate you. You've helped me with my MS symptoms. To offer your knowledge without a co-pay is selfless.

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  4. Jacqui Hattem Spiegel Post author

    you guys are great , love this video on ways to strengthen the knees , by the way I think you both should try fixing a broken heart I’m sure you could do it LOL 👍😊💔

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  5. Kevin Mariz Post author

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  6. LordDyhalto Post author

    Quick question guys, and maybe a topic for another video.
    Whenever I try to do abdominal workouts, my upper abs start to cramp up after about a dozen reps of crunches, leg raises, whatever. If I push too hard, the pain becomes excruciating and I need to hold myself in a backward-arched stance for a minute or two to keep the muscles from constricting.
    Any idea what might be going on in there?

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  7. ѕнαιкн zυвєя Post author

    Will u pls make videos short
    I mean remove irrelevant talk..
    And put only main content in the video….
    Hope u understood

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  8. Mohamed Gamal Post author

    Whats the difference between doing these exercises using rails and using wall ( squatting while back on wall)?

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  9. Dennis Tesdell Post author

    Good video. Plenty of relevant content! Just the right amoung of humor and inside jokes. Don't shovel and hurt your backs this week! (Use a snowblower if you MUST do it yourself).

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  10. Tela Mere Post author

    He can do 2 steps because he's do tall. It would be dangerous for elderly or short people to do stuff on the second step.

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  11. Alpha Tiger Post author

    Hy, I was doing workout like pushups and skiping rope and after that I feel chest tightening and GERD, After a few hours if I use my left arm to grab any thing it causes discomfort in left side of chest near sternum, and causes GERD. PLEASE TELL ME WHAT'S THE REASON FOR THIS? AND HOW TO TREAT IT?

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  12. Wendy's World Post author

    As usual someone has a problem and you put a video out that covers it. I have patellar tendonitis and web says t exercise it. Then I get this.

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  13. Melanie Gibson Post author

    This is very timely as I have been victimized by an acute flareup of tendonitis in my right knee, most likely a result of a lot of muscles in that leg being tight still, from my upper hip injury this summer. Anyway, it tends to buckle and it does not like to have weight put on it suddenly, which bums me out because I have always been athletic and now I am forced to take it easy. I like it that you guys offer the whole gamut of the exercise from the basic to the really advanced, so I can try the harder ones and see if I am ready for those or something easier. I'm not going to go out into the snow to play or make a snowman, though. I'll just stay inside and watch other people do that.

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  14. Nahla _ Post author

    You guys are not only professional and very informative but also nice people. would you please do a detailed video about cruralgia/lumbar cruralgia (femoral nerve- obturator etc.) I have discopathy from L2 down to S1 with a lumbar cruralgy diagnosed..my outer gluteus hurts many times it's hot and inflamed but I have no pain in movements at all. Could you suggest exercises and more? Thanks a lot in advance.

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  15. Anthony Ortiz Post author

    Thanks for somebody’s great videos I have a quick question I have my right knee that’s been bothering went to my primary doctor and she said it may be a MCL but the bad part about that is it’s going to take almost 2 months for me to see a specialist in orthopedics what do you recommend me to do because I’m very active on my feed far as moving around exercising and running or any kind of elliptical machines I’ve stop But just the moving around because I have grandkids I want to know if I’m damage in my leg more like I says it’s going to be almost 2 months before I see a specialist what do you recommend

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  16. Maria Wings Fitness Post author

    For that reason I use a stair climber when I go to a gym. I do only a few minutes to avoid pain. Also there are 3 exercises that I do daily to help with my hip pain.

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  17. Amos Pulley Post author

    What about taking double stairs? It seems easier to keep the knee behind the toes. But is that harder on the joints? Seems like it would be a better workout for lower body

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