March 2023 Practices • 30m
This is a strength and stability practice to support those hard working joints, your knees.
This practice pays special attention to not hyperextending your knees, where your quads, hamstrings, calves and shins can be mostly passive and avoids deep knee bending as well as avoids all postures that put pressure on your knees, so they can be happy!
Happy Knees can be great for those working on healing their knees through strength building, however, always be mindful and consult your medical professional before returning to physical activity after injury.
You will want 2 blocks for this practice.
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