Easy & Effective Hip Exercise (Guest Post)

Hey, folks. When I started Ultimate Tennis Blog I said I would allow guest blogging. So here is my blog’s first guest post by Ryan Krane. Ryan is the creator of the Krane Training Method™ and the founder of the Get My Body Better online series. He contacted me and asked to guest blog and I thought his posts could add value and a different dimension to my blog. I’m sure there are many of you out there who can benefit from his health and fitness advice. We will find out anyway.

  • Guest Post

It’s Ryan here…

We all know at least one person who has suffered from some sort of knee pain, right? Did you know that in June of 2011 over 100 million people suffered from chronic pain? Isn’t that wild???

One of the most effective ways to prevent chronic knee pain is by strengthening the hips. You see the hips drive the direction of where the knees are going and when the hips are strong the knees are HAPPY!!

Sounds interesting right?

For many of my clients with knee pain we focus extensively on hip strengthening exercises to minimize their knee pain and keep their knees in proper alignment. When the hips are strong the knees are facing straight ahead in proper alignment similar to a car driving in a straight line down the freeway.

Today I am sharing an easy exercise that you can do in the convenience of your own home or office to strengthen your knees. It’s so EASY to do..

Watch it NOW!

Easy & Effective Hip Exercise – Click Here!

Click for resistance band

This exercise has done wonders for my clients all over the world… Give it a try and let me know how it helps you!!

Posted in Guest Posts.

7 Comments

  1. Since we can now post about knees I have this bone that has slightly come out of my left knee. I am not sure exactly how to describe it in words. It has been about 6-7 years now. I am 20 right now. It doesn’t cause a lot of pain but my left knee is much weaker than my right one. I had to stop playing badminton because of it and I have cut down on football as well. One of friends was taking about physiotherapy long back. When I went to the doctor about 5 years back he just told it is something that happens if you play a lot of sports. Do you have any idea what it is exactly and if so can you suggest a remedy.

    [Reply]

    Ru-an Reply:

    I emailed Ryan about your problem Ajay. I’m sure he will reply to you as soon as he gets it. I hope he can help you.

    [Reply]

    Ryan Krane Reply:

    Hi Ajay,

    First of all I am sorry that you are suffering from knee pain. Knee pain is no fun and being a corrective exercise specialist I help a lot of people fight pain in their bodies. It appears that you have a muscle imbalance in your body causing your left knee to be weaker than your right knee. What I would suggest is getting a postural assessment from me or someone else so we can see exactly what is going on. Postural assessments are my specialty so if you are interested in finding out more information please let me know. After performing the assessment I would have a good idea what is causing this imbalance. Looking forward to helping you!

    Ryan

    [Reply]

    Ajay Reply:

    Hi Ryan,
    In my knee there is bone that is protruding. Like if you see my left and right knees, you can see a bone extending out from my left knee. Can this be related to muscles like you said ?

    [Reply]

    Ryan Krane Reply:

    Hi Ajay,

    Thank you for your response, which I greatly appreciate. From the sound of things it appears that you have a bone abnormality, which I would recommend you going to see an orthopedist so you can administer a comprehensive exam. If your knees were not facing straight ahead I can help improve your alignment, but I would recommend seeing a doctor first. Please do keep me posted on your progress and wishing you the best.

    [Reply]

  2. Wonderful addition, Ru-an! And thank you Ryan! Love these simple but very effective isolated exercises that work on specific parts of the body! Keep ’em coming! Didn’t know the hip and knee connection at all, Ryan!! Thank you!

    [Reply]

    Ryan Krane Reply:

    Veronica,

    I am so glad that you enjoyed the article and found it useful. I am hoping to contribute regularly to the blog as I have 20 years experience as a former player and 10 years as a corrective exercise specialist. Please check back regularly for new blog posts. Wishing you well.

    Ryan

    [Reply]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *