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Author: Richard Symister

A Better Quad Foam Rolling Technique: Stretch & Roll

So many of us foam roll our quadriceps. But are we getting the most out of it? Here are 2 […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #1: Tippy Toes

Whether it’s a habit or a lack of ankle mobility, if you’re pushing off from just your toes versus using […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #2: Straighten up and Climb Right

Yes, often we want to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible. But, when going upstairs, […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #3: Wimpy Quads

How strong are your quads?  Whether from pain or deconditioning, your quadriceps can stop producing sufficient strength and power to […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #4: What’s Your Knee History?

Do you have an old knee injury, maybe a meniscus or ACL, that never fully healed? Have you been tolerating […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #5: Get Your Wind Back

The ability to climb stairs is not just about quadriceps strength (read our earlier blog Step #3: Whimpy Quads), but […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #6: Foot Pain Can = Knee Pain

Are you stepping around with foot pain and creating a biomechanical nightmare on stairs? A painful foot bunion, blister, or […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #7 Get to the CORE

Before we jump into another good stair tip, let’s all understand that the core is not just your midsection. You […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Step #8: Poor Balance

Here are 4 reasons you may be losing your balance on stairs! Poor positional sense: It happens, maybe after an […]

Author: Richard Symister

10 Steps to Fixing Knee Pain on Stairs: Tip #9 Get HIP

Your hips are meant to generate a lot of force. In fact, most sports rely on the hip muscle for […]

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