Knee Ability Zero Program PDF With Pictures

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Find a wall and make sure you have safe footing (no socks or slippery floor).

Put your butt against the wall, and stand out a comfortable distance, with your legs straight:

Now, without letting your knees bend, flex your toes up and hold the top position for 2 seconds before lowering back down:


This is the beauty of Knee Ability: it is a program of pain-free ability, where our goal is never a win/lose situation, but rather degrees of winning only. Let’s look at why thatis…


You use your tibialis with every step you take:

You see, coming from such weak knees, and then jacking up my knee strength so greatly, I was capable of producing far more force than my lower leg muscles had handled throughout my life.

By reverse engineering this situation, I soon realized the tibialis was the missing link in my regimen, and I was overjoyed when I found that transforming this muscle, took my knees themselves to the next level of ability!

For example, prior to the Tibialis Raise, I had achieved the ability to dunk, but only when I jumped off two feet. When I did a one-foot jump, I got nowhere near as high and was prone to debilitating foot, shin, and knee pains, which prevented me from trying.

Not long after making the Tibialis Raise a standard part of Knee Ability, I was dunking off one foot with ease. All these lower extremity pains have disappeared and never come back.

If you look at your body logically, the Tibialis Raise would be the first place to start, regardless of what physical issues you may be having.

Last tip: make sure you realize your shoes’ heel height affects the difficulty of the exercise: the higher the heel, the harder it is, and the lower the heel, the easier it is.


The flexor hallucis longus is a powerful muscle that runs all the way from your big toe to your mid-calf. It helps stabilize your ankle when weight is on the ball of your foot, and it is particularly important when force goes through your big toe.

Hallucis is a Latin word meaning “of the big toe,” so flexor hallucis longus simply means “a long muscle
that flexes your big toe.

Language English
No. of Pages49
PDF Size13 MB

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