Anatomical Approach to Training: Knee

The Knee: a continuation of our Anatomical Approach to Training series. Speaking on the knee today we address common methods of training, the joint itself, and how it is involved in lower body training. Austin references Tibial CARs and you can find the link here.  Don’t overlook the middle-man or middle child which is the knee. Train the area isometrically, within multiple planes of movement, and from every angle (quads, adductors, hamstrings, abductors). Austin wraps up with a summary and rehab overview of MCL sprains, and bursitis. Context, Context, Context. Thanks for listening. Talk to ya next time!

Alex: IG @strong_a.f  email:

Austin: IG  @warriorsportswellness  email:

Related Post
DSC05334 (1)-min
Workload Management Call PDF
Thank you for signing up for our Workload Management and Scheduling Meeting. Attached below is the fillable...
Read More
Mario Kart
The Mario Kart Training Paradigm
The Mario Kart Training Paradigm. If you’re a 90’s kid like me, you probably know the game of Mario Kart...
Read More
Fluid Strength
Fluid Strength
Fluid Strength – An argument for a new ‘Special Strength’ If Powerlifting is Pantera, then Fluid Strength...
Read More