In 2011, an academic research study on patellar tendonitis revealed one hidden cause that researchers found to increase risk of getting patellar tendonitis 16-times!
If you have this hidden problem in your body, you’re damaging your patellar tendon every time you run or jump.
In this article, you will learn two powerful exercises to eliminate that dramatically elevated risk so that you can prevent or heal patellar tendonitis.
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When you’re done watching this video, I have a question for you:
Which exercises did you find most effective for getting rid of your patellar tendonitis?
Please share your favorite exercises in the comments below the video.
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