I've been exercising regularly about 6-7 times a week since the start of the year. Usually, I tend to do 2-3 hours in the gym and if its running outdoor, I'll try to do 5km at least.
I do pump, boxing, rpm classes, indoor rowing, stairmaster, incline interval on treadmill & lunges mostly
Really wanna work on my legs mostly
These past few weeks, I've been having trouble with my knees/thighs. I'm not too sure if its weak knees. It's really annoying as I hate missing my time in the gym. Currently, I am wearing the support band for my right knee and it definitely helps! But I still have pain from the knees/thighs
Just wondering if theres any kind of meds I could take or gel I could apply to prevent soreness/injury in the future or any advice?
I suggest seeing an Orthopedic! With that said I also recommend
Soothanol X2 by NorthStar Nutritionals! google that and only buy that product.
Make an appointment with an Orthopedic i was an interval runner and I also had to have both knees replaced.
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