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Thread: Leg Extentions to help with joints.

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    Senior Member Canadian Crippler's Avatar
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    Leg Extentions to help with joints.

    Is this a good way to strengthen the joints in the knees? I tried some perfect, slow leg extentions with light weight after my leg workout and my knees feel far better today than usual.
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    Just watch me ... Built's Avatar
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    I do seated leg extensions, slow in both directions, only the top 30 degrees of the movement, as advised by my ART practitioner. Works like a hot damn.

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    Senior Member KevinStarke's Avatar
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    I like to do slow light reps before my leg workout to loosen and warm my knees up, i have found that makes my knees not hurt as much when i do other leg presses, cant say much for squatting though still cant squat heavy


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