Physical Therapy Videos Put Together By Real Orthopedic Specialists To Help You Recover And Stay Injury-Free.
Strengthen the muscles that move and support the hip and knee.
If you’re looking for a new kettle bell workout to incorporate into your strength training program, consider practicing kettle bell squats. Wearing Bauerfeind's GenuTrain Knee Brace during this exercise provides stability and relief from pain and swelling.
- Begin standing fully upright on feet spread shoulder-width apart.
- Place a kettle bell of a weight appropriate to your ability at your feet. Keeping your feet flat on the floor, squat down by bending at the hips and knees.
- Grasp the kettle bell handle with both hands and with elbows kept straight return to the standing position.
- Avoid slumping and slouching to protect your back against injury. Keep your knees positioned directly above your feet and your heels planted on the ground.
- Repeat the upward and downward movements in a steady, controlled fashion.
- Relax and repeat as your ability allows.
This information is provided for general information purposes and should not be relied on as a substitute for medical advice, evaluation or care from a qualified and licensed health care provider. The information contained here is not to be considered a plan of care of physical therapy.