Frequently Asked Questions
Can I do MAX Workouts if I have knee problems?
I’m not a medical doctor, so I can’t give you a diagnosis or prognosis for any physical conditions or injuries that you may have. You should always seek out a medical professional and get their expert advice regarding your condition or injury to determine if MAX Workouts is right for you.
From my experience, whether your knee issues will prevent you from participating in the program or not, really depends on the extent of your knee problem. Keep in mind that the program is based on functional, full-body exercises that involve movements such as squats, lunges, jumping and running.
Even though jumping and running can be modified or substituted with different exercises, fundamental movements like squatting and lunging cannot be eliminated or substituted in the program. However, one modification that can be done to these movements is to reduce your range of motion, which can help take some pressure off your knees. For example, if you can’t squat further than 90 degrees, only go down as far as your knees will allow without pain or discomfort. If this slight adjustment is enough for you to be able squat and lunge without pain, you should be able to perform the workouts (along with substitution exercises that I will recommend) and complete the program.
I’ve had many people with knee problems that have not only been able to complete the program successfully, but have found that the program really helped strengthen their knees and reduced their knee pain as a result.
That being said, if you cannot perform these movements without experiencing pain and discomfort, even with the modifications, I would not recommend MAX Workouts to you.
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