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The Best and Easiest Way to Restore Knee Extension

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One of the most common complications following a knee injury or surgery is not restoring full knee extension.  Losing knee extension causes a lot of issues, ranging from anterior knee pain, to altered movement patterns, to even difficulty when walking.

It’s super important to assure you restore full knee extension.

In this video below, Lenny Macrina, my co-owner of Champion and co-author of OnlineKneeSeminar.com, shares what he considers the best way to restore full knee extension.  Luckily, it’s not only the best in our minds but also the easiest to perform!  More importantly, he discusses why he doesn’t like one of the most common exercises that people tend to use.

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