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    Hola,

    I have noticed of late that I have a lot of trouble bending at the knees. I can still run and this doesn't hurt them but crouching is murder. Is there an exercise that will help this, I don't think I am so old that this should be an issue. I do have rheumatic arthritis in both knees from having the fever as a kid but its never bothered me before. Any advice would be appreciated.
    Vengeance is not justice...

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    See an orthopaedic doctor to get a good exam. That will get you a diagnosis, medication(s) if needed, and either physical therapy or specific exercises for your specific condition.

    The wrong advice could result in serious and permanent damage to you.
    My comments are my personal opinion and are based on my life experiences and training. They are not to be construed as legal advice in any form as I am not an attorney. Should you act on any of the information I provide in my comments, you do so at your own risk!!

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    • #3
      Is it from running or just bending? Are you squatting in the gym? Does that make them hurt?

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      • #4
        Ashley spammer chick - go away. You're spamming - you edited your post to add the link to your tanning salon. Which, by the way, is for empty-headed bimbos who want the skin cancer but don't have that extra 30 minutes at mid-day.

        And WTF is a knee massage?
        Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem. - Ronald Reagan

        I don't think It'll happen in the US because we don't trust our government. We are a country of skeptics, raised by skeptics, founded by skeptics. - Amaroq

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        • #5
          Everybody knows that calcium is really essential for a good bone health.
          In particular, calcium will contribute to the prevention of bone deterioration and osteoporosis.
          Luckily, green beans can serve as a good source of calcium.
          Moreover, this legume can provide the body with vitamin K, A and silicon.
          In fact, the lack of these nutrients can seriously lead to bone loss or decrease in bone strength.
          For example, silicon plays a role in the process of regenerating bone health.
          The humble green bean (also known as string bean and snap bean) is amazing. Although many of the Foundation Supplements found in green beans are in small amounts, several crucial nutrients are relatively plentiful. For example, green beans contain significant amounts of:
          • Vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin whose role in bone health has been proven in various studies. In fact, not only does Vitamin K play a crucial role in bone remodeling; it is essential for fracture prevention. Vitamin K also precludes calcification of the arteries.1 In addition, Vitamin K is essential in the activation of an enzyme that restores bone proteins to their rightful place in the bone matrix, thereby strengthening the structure of your bones.
          • Manganese, which is involved in protein synthesis and the production of connective tissue in both cartilage and bone. Manganese also acts as an antioxidant (more on antioxidants below).
          • Vitamin C a water-soluble vitamin that has a dual function: it both stimulates osteoblasts (bone-building cells) and inhibits osteoclasts (cells that tear down bone).
          • Folate is a B vitamin that works synergistically with the other B-complex vitamins. It converts homocysteines – amino acids associated with inflammation and increased fracture risk2 – into other types of amino acids.
          • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), which helps your body detoxify and also plays a role in cellular energy production.
          http://www.udc.edu/docs/causes/onlin...Beans%2013.pdf
          https://wikihomenutrition.com/green-...alth-benefits/
          https://www.acfchefs.org/download/do...reen_beans.pdf
          https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3898177/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mamieramos View Post
            Everybody knows that calcium is really essential for a good bone health.
            In particular, calcium will contribute to the prevention of bone deterioration and osteoporosis.
            Luckily, green beans can serve as a good source of calcium.
            Moreover, this legume can provide the body with vitamin K, A and silicon.
            In fact, the lack of these nutrients can seriously lead to bone loss or decrease in bone strength.
            For example, silicon plays a role in the process of regenerating bone health.
            The humble green bean (also known as string bean and snap bean) is amazing. Although many of the Foundation Supplements found in green beans are in small amounts, several crucial nutrients are relatively plentiful. For example, green beans contain significant amounts of:
            • Vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin whose role in bone health has been proven in various studies. In fact, not only does Vitamin K play a crucial role in bone remodeling; it is essential for fracture prevention. Vitamin K also precludes calcification of the arteries.1 In addition, Vitamin K is essential in the activation of an enzyme that restores bone proteins to their rightful place in the bone matrix, thereby strengthening the structure of your bones.
            • Manganese, which is involved in protein synthesis and the production of connective tissue in both cartilage and bone. Manganese also acts as an antioxidant (more on antioxidants below).
            • Vitamin C a water-soluble vitamin that has a dual function: it both stimulates osteoblasts (bone-building cells) and inhibits osteoclasts (cells that tear down bone).
            • Folate is a B vitamin that works synergistically with the other B-complex vitamins. It converts homocysteines – amino acids associated with inflammation and increased fracture risk2 – into other types of amino acids.
            • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), which helps your body detoxify and also plays a role in cellular energy production.
            http://www.udc.edu/docs/causes/onlin...Beans%2013.pdf
            https://wikihomenutrition.com/green-...alth-benefits/
            https://www.acfchefs.org/download/do...reen_beans.pdf
            https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3898177/
            Well it's nice to know that green beans are beneficial for knees. I want to add some further argument to your reply.
            We should massage our legs daily in order to strengthen them.

            It is an effective method for promoting nutrient circulation toward weak muscles. Thus it can efficiently alleviate swelling and inflammation as well as pain. Moreover, massage is well-known for being excellent at relieving anxiety and stress and helping you relax.

            You can warm up some essential oil such as mustard, coconut or olive then gently massage your weak legs using those warm oils for about 15 minutes. Repeat twice per day. Sunshine also plays an important role in the process of strengthening your knees. Deficiency of vitamin D is one factor that contributes to the leg weakness.

            By sunbathing in early morning for at least 15 minutes, you can help yourself obtain vitamin D from the UV rays.
            Another option is consuming more vitamin-D-rich foods such as fish, cereal and fortified milk. Also vitamin D supplementary pills are recommended but only after consulting with the doctor.

            For more information you could have visited these sites: https://authorityremedies.com/how-to...hen-weak-legs/ https://www.niams.nih.gov/health_inf...roblems_ff.asp
            Last edited by ashley91; 03-21-2017, 12:52 PM.

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            • #7
              Good f-ing god...the spammer is back with a new username. Go. Away.
              Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem. - Ronald Reagan

              I don't think It'll happen in the US because we don't trust our government. We are a country of skeptics, raised by skeptics, founded by skeptics. - Amaroq

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              • #8
                I think you're right, ateamer -- each one of it uses bullet points ...

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