The foundation of the Feel Good Knees is a 5-minute routine that was taught to him at the Blue Heron Academy of Healing Arts and Sciences in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He then mixed that with the Eastern holistic teachings he learned on his journey to Asia. The whole program is broken down into sections, which makes it easy to follow.
For instance, by the time you finish going through the whole PDF, you would have encountered:
- Introduction Guide
- Companion Guide
- Pain Reduction Tracker
- Video Library
You will not just receive a detailed information regarding the workout regimen but the author also explains the reasons why. It would be easier to get behind a program that you know.
When Todd Kuslikis wants you to do a hard routine, it’s better you understand why. The accompanying videos, meanwhile, will show you the how. In this way, you don’t second-guess whether what you are doing is right or wrong.
You Will Also Learn How To Track Your Progress More Efficiently
The author really went out of his way to lay down the program as simple as possible. For the Feel Good Knees regimen, you will learn just three steps.
- Pain Eliminator Stage
- Knee Rejuvenation Stage
- Knee Renewal Stage
It will take you just five minutes daily for each stage to rehab your knee. However, each stage takes two weeks. For instance, you have 14 days of strictly following the routines in the Pain Eliminator Stage. And so on and so forth. The inventor claims that the workout routines will help reduce pain in your knees by 58%.
The core of the program is the isometric workout. This is defined by an economy of movement. You exercise your muscles and joints without a wide range of motion. Isometric exercises have been proven to help avoid developing knee pains. They’ve also been known to help injured knees recover. Physical therapists across the globe are adopting the concept of static strength training to rehab patients. Again, this is not new. In fact, you can find strength coaches all around the country who can teach you the basics of the static training.