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Strong Knees
     

Strong Knees

3.3 3
Director: James Flint

Cast: Chantal Donnelly

 
Chantal Donnelly hosts this health-related title that offers a variety of workouts and tips on how to build and maintain knee strength. The main focus of this release is a thirty-minute workout, although a condensed seven-minute version of the regimen is also supplied. Slight alterations can be made to the workout in order to make it safe for anyone regardless of

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Chantal Donnelly hosts this health-related title that offers a variety of workouts and tips on how to build and maintain knee strength. The main focus of this release is a thirty-minute workout, although a condensed seven-minute version of the regimen is also supplied. Slight alterations can be made to the workout in order to make it safe for anyone regardless of individual fitness levels.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/02/2008
UPC:
0018713533517
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Gaiam
Time:
0:50:00

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Strong Knees
3. Quadriceps, Hip Adductors & Hip Flexors [6:18]
4. Hamstrings [3:56]
5. Calves [2:06]
6. Gluteus Medius [4:47]
7. Gluteus Maximus [3:23]
8. Stretching [13:53]

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Strong Knees 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
NCwine More than 1 year ago
This video does an excellent job in explaining and visualizing all the functions of the muscles around the knee. The exercises are very helpful and mirror the exercises suggested by my physical therapist. I do not have a problem with having to pause between exercises. They are presented in the order of working on a particular muscle, then on to the next muscle. That is why they go from floor to standing to floor. Not a problem for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The information regarding structure of the hips and knees was very good; however, there was no set up time between the dialogue and the exercise. I found it very frustrating to be continually pressing the pause button so I could either get in position for the exercise or move the chair into position. The routines did not flow since one minute you are on the floor and the next in a standing position without any warning.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago