Knee Injury Prevention Certification Reviews


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Use the reviewer feedback captured below to help you when making a decision when purchasing the Knee Injury Prevention Certification program. Also, you can learn how personal trainers and other health and fitness professionals are using new training techniques and skills they learned from the Knee Injury Prevention Specialist Certification course with their clients.


I’ve gained a great deal of knowledge from the Knee Injury Prevention Specialist Certification course. The information is thorough, concise and presented in an easy-to-use compact paperback that I can easily transport and consult at any time. Now only will I apply what I’ve learned in this course to clients, but it’s invaluable information I will impart to my family and friends. In all of my dealings with GMP Fitness, owner Gina Piazza has displayed the most professional customer service; she goes that extra mile to be sure that our needs are met. Gina’s response rate is less than 24 hours and she treats customers with the highest courtesy, answering any and all questions. I’ve never experienced a delay in the delivery of course materials, email communication or phone orders, and am very satisfied with GMP Fitness. – Constance Karras, ACE Certified Professional


I better understand the importance of good posture and flexibility in having success with preventing knee injuries. I will implement the various conditioning exercises to help my clients increase their muscle strength. This course provides a good foundation in how to recognize knee pain and how to protect knees from unnecessary damage. – Eleanor R. Short, ACE Certified Professional


I really enjoyed the foundational information of the anatomy, abnormal conditions, therapeutic approaches and interventions. I knew most of the stretches but appreciated the progressive approach with the exercises. I am using this course with both injured and well clients and students. I am able to incorporate the exercises and stretches into my prevention instruction, stretching and fitness classes and hands-on work with clients. – Ashley Osier, AFPA Certified Professional


The Knee Injury Prevention Specialist Certification material has made me feel confident that I can stretch and strengthen what is necessary in my clients to help them protect and improve their knees. Now I also know the right questions to ask and what to recommend for people who complain about their knees but have never sought a doctor’s opinion. I now feel like I understand the entire scope of possible knee problems and why they occur– especially relating to weakness and instability. – Alexa Danae Frear, NASM Certified Professional


I learned about the entire lower leg anatomy and the connective chains that affect the complex knee joint. I also learned gout can strike in more than the big toe. When a client presents with knee pain, I will now address the hip and ankle mobility and flexibility. Great course and very insightful! – Jennifer Nag, AFPA Certified Professional


Self-help :). A better understanding of the anatomy. – Kim Rasmusen, ACE Certified Professional


A better understanding of the nature of knee injury, how to assess a client’s pain in order to determine if they need to be referred to a physician. Create more appropriate programming for knee compromised clients. – C Leigh Pujado, ACE Certified Personal Trainer


I learned more in-depth details about the knee. Yes, a lot of my clients have knee injuries. – Ivan Soto, NETA Certified Professional 


A deeper knowledge of knee injury and prevention. Through daily assessments and reassessments of clientele.” – Aaron Petrosino, WITS Certified Professional 


A deeper understanding of knee, ligament, tendon anatomy. Along with the causes of injuries and prevention exercises. I see clients that have already had knee replacement surgery. I feel more knowledgeable on the issues surrounding knees after surgery. Along with specific prevention exercises I can incorporate into an exercise/routine. I thought is very informative and well presented. – Patricia Hernon, ACE Certified Personal Trainer


A much greater knowledge of the functionality of the knee and how to keep it healthy. When designing training plans – especially for older populations. – Rebecca Zuber, NETA Certified Professional


Refresher on knees. I feel more confident evaluating knee pain. – Kelley Beane, AFPA Certified Professional


A better understanding of the knee and its function, as well as a better knowledge of the problems that can occur. Many of my clients are runners or need some form of knee care, this will help me better help them. – Karsten Wildeus, NCCPT Certified Personal Trainer


A lot of info I did NOT know about the knee! Plan to use the info on myself and clients and family. Love the book! – Cathleen Kelly, AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


It was a huge amount of information in a small book. Knowledge about the intricacies of the knee joint. I will carefully consider the effects of knee pain and how I design a workout for those who suffer from such. – Sandra Lewis, NETA Certified Personal Trainer


The information that I received has helped me understand the injuries of the knee, how they can be prevented, and steps that can be taken to rectify any injuries. I will be able to apply this content by being able to explain to individuals different ways to protect their knees. – Ryan Kunkle, ACE Certified Professional


Additional medical info. enhanced techniques with clients. – Diane G Howitt, ACE Certified Personal Trainer


I will hold on to this book as my guide. I may even purchase some t hand out to my clients. Focus much more on the positioning of the knees when training a client, express to them how important stretching is and also how important to keep the muscles behind and around the knees strong. The basic understanding of how to help and prevent a client with knee injuries. – Jessica Lacommare, AFPA Certified Professional 


Valuable information regarding the knee. – Christopher Shkreli, NFPT Certified Professional


I’ve gained knowledge of different knee surgeries and rehabilitation processes. Learning about preventive and rehabilitative exercise for the knees will help improve my plan of action with clients that have knee issues and injuries. – Shawn Maple, AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


A better understanding of the knee. Provide suggestions to students to prevent injury. – Nicholas Card, WITS/AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


I have many clients with knee pain and I want to help them to take care of their knees. I feel more knowledgeable after taking this course to help my clients! I’m a group fitness instructor. I now have more exercises to add to my class formats and prevention and strengthening techniques that I’m incorporating into my weekly classes to help my students stay strong! – Shanna Tvenstrup, AFPA Certified Professional


I will hold on to this book as my guide. I may even purchase some t hand out to my clients. I will make sure my clients understand the importance of the muscles around the knees and continue to make sure they follow my guidelines. Focus much more on the positioning of the knees when training a client, express to them how important stretching is and also how important to keep the muscles behind and around the knees strong. The basic understanding of how to help and prevent a client with knee injuries. – Jessica Lacommare, AFPA Certified Professional 

Use the info when training clients. Tips on back injury prevention that can be applied to working with clients.  Nancy Fisher, ACE Certified Professional  


I learned a LOT about knees injuries. I like the course material. I already applied what I learned from the course material. My clients were so happy and impressed by the results. Two words: LOVE IT.  Sarah Giesker, AFPA Certified Professional


I gained the knowledge of the injured knee, causes and the basic anatomy of the knee. This will assist me to give better information to my clients. As s Personal Trainer, I evaluate all my clients. Because of this course I’m now available to determine the process of rehabilitation in the right direction and recognize what exactly causes their pain. This course will be a tremendous help for my career. I give special thanks To GMP Fitness for all the courses you offer to the Trainers and Athletes.  Diana Munoz Simpson, AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


I have gained more knowledge on how to prevent injuries and help strengthen knees. I have clients of all ages and backgrounds. I can use this material for my athletes who play soccer as well as my stay at home moms who want to stay healthy. GMP fitness is my go-to for CEC’s. I can understand the material and go at my own pace. I look forward to more courses.  Tara Minnax Doherty, ACE Certified Personal Trainer


I have learned that the knee is a very complex joint. I have had experience with arthritis, ACL reconstruction and meniscus tear along with physical therapy so I found these sections particularly informative and helpful. The book really stressed the negative effects of overuse and overtraining and the resulting injuries. I would stress the negative impact of overtraining and the importance of taking rest periods. I would stress the importance of stretching and strengthening. I would review the ways to reduce the risk of knee pain. This class was extremely informative. It was very well arranged and user friendly.  Carol M. Tixier, AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


Everyday I have new clients or participants telling me about their knee issues as athletic people  chances are we could have them too. Now is the time to learn about prevention and proper knee injury support. I will use the information from this course with my clients one on one and when choreographing new classes and routines. Knees are so crucial to our quality of life. The longer we can preserve them and help others do the same  the more we increase our community of health and wellness. All trainers, fitness instructors and active people should consider taking the GMP Fitness course.  Mary S. Hoadley, AFPA Certified Professional


The Knee Injury Prevention Specialist happens to be my favorite course to date. I found taking a course that was so specific to one body part and all of its’ intricate workings fascinating. Having study questions also helped reinforce the information.  Annette Sears, ACE Certified Professional


I found this be a very informative and low stress course. I worked at my own pace, which allowed me to study and read with my busy schedule. I look forward to taking more courses through this format. Thank you.  Gary Duane Lang II, ACE Certified Professional


Updated information on the knee. New awareness of back issues. I work with over 1200 people a year so definitely it will be helpful. Enjoyed learning the material in the format that was given. Easy to follow and I like that I can do it my own pace.  Kristi Cristello, ACE Certified Professional


I have learned more in-depth terminology about specifics of the knee and how it is meant to function. I will begin to utilize a fully comprehensible outline of strength training to all my clients. Very easy to navigate the book and study guide into one comprehensible tool to provide excellent programming to my clients.  Lori Hill Moffitt, AFPA Certified Personal Trainer


Updated information on the knee. New awareness of knee issues. I work with over 1200 people a year so definitely it will be helpful. Enjoyed learning the material in the format that was given. Easy to follow and I like that I can do it my own pace.  Kristi Cristello, ACE Certified Professional


I loved this course. A new way of looking at exercise for the knee.  V.R., Certified Personal Trainer


I have gained knowledge that will help me to train my clients that have knee issues. The exercises are informational and explained well. I learned about many different aspects of knee trauma and disease. The books are interesting, easy to follow and great references to have on hand.  Laura Manley, WITS Certified Professional


I have learned so much about the knee and intricate all the tendons and cartilage that connect into the knee. It also helps to know a little about the injuries, knee friendly sports and strengthening exercises. I will definitely use the strengthening exercises to help my clients with problematic issues with their knee. Enjoyed the workbook to follow along with the book. Shari Beasley, NETA Certified Professional


I am very satisfied with the course. Thanks! I lead a lot of hikes here in California and a lot of my hikers experience knee pain. After reading the material, I understand more clearly how the knee functions. The information was very clear. I will use it also in weight training and encourage my clients how to maintain a healthy lifestyle for keeping our knees in good condition and to protect them and keep the muscles strong.  Barbara Wright, NETA Certified Personal Trainer


I am a PTA and I will use the material in the clinic to help patients with core conditioning. I also will be teaching community education courses through our local college. Loved everything about this course. The format, level, and pace.  Desiree Nowaczyk, ACE Certified Professional


A better understanding of the knee, how it functions, and the design. I currently work with some clients who have knee issues. I have given them some of the exercises, and it appears to be helping. The book is very easy to read and understand. It will be a great resource for my library.  Rebecca Pierskalla, NETA Certified Professional


More details in the anatomy and the continued medical consequences of knee injuries. This material will allow me to articulate and professionally communicate intellectually the prevention and the consequences of knee injuries. I am a safety Director and I am able to use this in my organization when we do training, I speak on the musculoskeletal implications for this type of anatomy. This program is a great way to tease out essential key points that a professional should know.  Steve Lutes, ACE Certified Professional


A very comprehensive course outline explaining knee injury prevention. To help clients understand the various aspects of the knee and injury prevention.  Layne Bryan, ACE Certified Professional


Great information about the structure of the knee. Continue with current activities, but emphasize more the posture and safety considerations. Much more thorough than I had ever anticipated.  Carole Posavec, NETA Certified Professional


Vast knowledge pertaining to knee anatomy, injury prevention, and exercise techniques. As a personal training I will be able to target individuals with knee issues. Very comprehensive.  Mary Lynn Bohm, NETA Certified Personal Trainer


Knowledge of the mechanics of the knee, knee injury prevention tips and different methods of treatment/surgery. Better educated now to help clients avoid knee issues/problems. I teach water exercise and this course showed how fantastic water workouts can be for knee injury prevention.  Patricia Comfort, NETA Certified Professional


I have gained a great deal of knowledge regarding ways to better care for your knees, the various types on injuries that can occur and ways to help prevent injuries in the future. I will make sure that my clients are aware of proper posture, form etc while performing the aerobic activities I teach. I will educate them about how to care for their knees especially while doing a class such as Step which can be VERY tough on your knees! Also I had knee surgery this year and can give personal knowledge about what I have learned to do and not do! I really enjoyed the materials this course provided. I felt that information was well-organized and very helpful! Thanks!!  Jane B. O’Connor, NETA Certified Professional


I gained a new perspective on strength training and stretching as it relates to healthy well functioning knees. I will use the prescribed progressions for gradually increasing difficulty of strength exercises. Great information  good reminder to work in a manner which keeps long term healthy function in mind.  Karen J Alper, ACE Certified Professional


I have learned all about the knee and how to prevent knee injuries and to avoid them. I have a lot of clients that have arthritis. Now I know how to work better with them. Also help lessen there pain with strengthening and flexibility. Great course to add on to my Personal Training and my Senior Fitness Training. More knowledge about the knee and Injuries.  Stephanie Trautmann, AFPA Certified Professional


I have gained a great deal of knowledge regarding ways to better care for your knees, the various types on injuries that can occur and ways to help prevent injuries in the future. I will make sure that my clients are aware of proper posture, form etc while performing the aerobic activities I teach. I will educate them about how to care for their knees especially while doing a class such as Step which can be VERY tough on your knees! Also I had knee surgery this year and can give personal knowledge about what I have learned to do and not do! I really enjoyed the materials this course provided. I felt that information was well organized and very helpful! Thanks!!  Jane B. O’Connor, NETA Certified Professional


This course broadened my knowledge of the anatomy of the knee and the exercises necessary for gaining strength and flexibility to protect the knees. I will promote the importance of strengthening the muscles that support the knee and flexibility.  Diana B. Miller, WITS Certified Professional


I found the course interesting and useful. I gained knowledge on helping every client with tips on how to ease, prevent, and go about treating knee pain.  Richard Dworzanski, WITS Certified Professional


I enjoyed the reading material. It was informative and clearly written. Clear, honest and excellent advice.  Stephanie King, SCW/NETA Certified Professional


I gained more information about the medical side of knee injuries. When clients are already injured I’ll have a better understanding of what options the doctor might suggest. I appreciate that it was detailed information yet well organized and easy to follow.  Katerna Cookson, NETA Certified Professional


A better understanding of knee anatomy. Better help client.  Peggy Thiel, NETA Certified Professional


Review of anatomy and discussion of process of diagnosing knee injuries. helped me be aware of ways certain knee injuries occur.  Amanda Kunze, ACE Certified Professional


A much better understanding of the workings of the knee and how to instruct my students to prevent injury. Instruct students and clients in exercises to strengthen the knee and to avoid injury.  Kathleen M. Conner, AFPA Certified Professional


I gained more knowledge for me to better serve my clients. I can teach clients how to prevent knee injuries, and better stretching techniques. Very clear writings and illustrations.  CHERYL KUZONTKOSKI, WITS Certified Professional


I learned more about my own knee injury condition. I will be able to communicate and ask better questions to Physical Therapists and Orthopedic Doctors when it comes to knee injuries.  Mary Paulson, AFPA Certified Professional


I gained more in-depth knowledge regarding knee pain/injuries and better training practices.  Jane G Morse, NETA  Certified Professional


I gained knowledge of the knee and how to prevent injuries. I will apply the content teaching members how to improve their knees and help others to strengthen and flexibility. Very informative thank you.  Deb Kelly, WITS Certified Professional


I have gained a more functional understanding of the knee and potential injuries. I will use this course to support my clients in their understanding and use of safe methods of exercise. Wow!  Jonathan Matlock, NETA Certified Professional


I have learned so much about the knee and intricate all the tendons and cartilage that connect into the knee. It also helps to know a little about the injuries, knee friendly sports and strengthening exercises. I will definitely use the strengthening exercises to help my clients with problematic issues with their knee. Enjoyed the workbook to follow along with the book.  Shari Beasley, NETA Certified Professional


Exact location of parts of the knee (ligament,tendon etc.) knowing how to design a exercise program for clients with knee problem. VERY GOOD PROGRAM.  Charles Lipscomb, NETA Certified Personal Trainer


More knowledge & CECs! Will use information acquired to educate clients to work more effectively during workouts. Got a lot of useful information from course. Enjoyed materials, easy to follow.  Michelle Pena, NETA Certified Trainer


I loved this course. A new way of looking at exercise for the knee.  Vance Roberson, WITS Certified Personal Trainer


I gained knowledge of the knee (injuries, exercises, etc) which will be incorporated into my teaching clients. educate clients on taking care of their knees to avoid injury and/or surgery. I teach many seniors and they are quite a captive audience. In other words, they listen. Great course. happy to share my knowledge clients.  Marie Fattal, NETA Certified Professional


There is always something to learn. Many mature female clients will benefit.  Joseph Hall, AFPA Certified Professional


I have a better understanding of proper knee mechanics. It will be extremely beneficial for all clientele. I can apply this content for every client. For children playing sports to support proper growth and development to the elderly who have abused their knees from years of wear and tear.  Christine Buckley, NETA Certified Professional


I gained knowledge about various knee conditions. Continue to strengthen muscle and stretch to keep knee healthy.  Julie Hoff, NETA Certified Professional


I gained knowledge on how to keep my knees healthy and functioning for years to come. I will use my knowledge to teach others about proper knee care.  Susan Nelligan, ACE Certified Professional


I gained knowledge on knee injuries. If a client has knee issues I will know how to train her without hurting or messing up her knee.  Monica Figueroa, NCCPT Certified Professional


A better understanding of the knee and how it works and how to keep the muscles surrounding it strong. Be a better and safer instructor.  Debbie Grinsteiner, NETA Certified Professional


I have amplified my knowledge of different types of knee pain and treatments. As a physical education teacher I will teach children of the importance of strength and flexibility to keep the knee healthy.  Nicole Maenza, WITS Certified Professional


I am more knowledgeable of sports related injuries that pertain to the knee. I have a better understanding of the anatomy of the knee and how it works.  Cheryl Adelglass, WITS Certified Professional


I gained the anatomy of the knee, the prevention and recovery process of knee pain and injury. I will practice knee injury prevention, and will know how to modify exercise if dealing with a client with a knee injury.  Tatyana Miller, WITS Certified Professional


I gained a better understanding of knee anatomy and the extensive causes of knee pain along with prevention tips. Monitor client form and encourage communication regarding pain. Also some good tips for my son’s developing bones and knees and preventing injuries in sports.  Crystal Fabella, NETA Certified Professional


Learning more about knee prevention and knee injuries for clients. I will be using this information with my clients where I work at IPF. The material was very good; extremely lengthy and detailed which is extremely helpful for training clients.  Kelley Gannon, ACE Certified Professional


As always, all that you do furthers my intelligence in what I am studying. To help my clients with any knee ailments they may have. You and you’re company are wonderful!  Anthony Esposito, ACE Certified Professional


More in depth knowledge on leg injuries and surgeries. I will apply it when needed for clients with issues with tendons, ligaments and rebuilding the muscles to strengthen the knee.  Michelle Denise Sublette, AFPA Certified Professional


Greater scope of knowledge. Made me more aware of the variety of causes of knee pain. Keep the info coming! Good course. Marian DeWitt, ACE Certified Professional


A very comprehensive course outline explaining knee injury prevention. To help clients understand the various aspects of the knee and injury prevention.  Layne Bryan, ACE Certified Professional


I have gained a better understanding of where a lot of knee injuries arise and it complements the other courses I have taken in the past. This gives me a better understanding of not only what injuries can arise from various injuries. Looking forward to the next course.  Johnathan William Hockley, ACE Certified Professional


How to develop exercises specifically for knees. Working with youth.  Jeffrey B Moore, ACE Certified Professional


Use info when working with my clients to help with current injuries and to prevent future injuries.  Mary Lunn, ACE Certified Professional


More knowledge in knee pain in childhood and adolescence. Being able to give more progression.  Catherine Krier, NETA Certified Professional


The function of the knee joint. Protect and strengthen my clients knees.  Joey Popper, NETA Certified Professional


I have gained knowledge about knee pain and ways to maintain strength and flexibility for knee stability. I will be more knowledgeable when my students speak of knee pain. Lots of good information!  Cindy Dunnahoo, NETA Certified Professional


I just started running two years ago and ran my first 5K. I will benefit from this course keeping my knees strong to continue on more races.  I instructed Silver Sneakers classes, so I will use some of the stretches & exercise in our classes. I started to panic when I saw the paperback book. But then when you instructed to read one chapter at a time then answer the question in the workbook It help a lot!  Alice A. Daskiewich, NETA Certified Professional


Knowledge about the complexity of the knee and protocols. I have several clients with knee issues, so I feel more confident with their training.  Deborah Garrity, ACE Certified Professional


Great review about all things knees. My clients are all on the older side so this will help me bring more focus to the knee complex and keeping it healthy for ADL’s. I enjoyed the book very much. I will pass it on to any of my clients who have questions about the knee and treatment options.  Susan Nixon-Bradford, ACE CertifiedProfessional


A better understanding of the many knee issues that challenge my clients. Assigning exercises and stretches that may help strengthen the muscles around the knee.  Pia Fitzgerald, NETA Certified Professional


I’ve gained experience in the most common knee injuries that can happen and how to identify and proceed with treatment options  I will use it in my prevention clinics to help people avoid injury and get treatment if needed. Its very informative and easy to understand. I highly recommend it.  Penny Tisko, AFPA Certified Professional


More knowledge about the knees. Be able to analyze clients issues better.  Sara Qureshi, Certified Professional


More details in the anatomy and the continued medical consequences of knee injuries. This material will allow me to articulate and professionally communicate intellectually the prevention and the consequences of knee injuries. I am a safety Director and I am able to use this in my organization when we do training, I speak on the musculoskeletal implications for this type of anatomy. This program is a great way to tease out essential key points that a professional should know.  Steve Lutes, ACE Certified Professional


How injuries occur. Educating my clients.  Melissa Palmer, ACE Certified Professional


A lot of information on various types of knee pain.  Marie Peterson, ACE Certified Professional


I have gained deeper incite into other injuries. I had a good knowledge base on ligament tears, but not a lot on arthritis. This course has helped to open my eyes to more then just ligament tears. I will use a lot of the exercises sown within the book to help and see if they give ease to some of my clientele that have knee pain.  Caitlynn Mary Stone, ACE Certified Trainer


Advice to give clients when they have different symptoms. Incorporate quad and hamstring strength with older clients to prevent knee problems. The book was easy to follow and the workbook helped the learning process.  Linda B Richard, AFPA Certified Trainer


A lot of information on the different causes of knee pain, and treatment for it. I am a cycle instructor so promoting proper form to prevent injury.  Jamie Lee Morgan, AFPA Certified Professional


HOW TO BETTER CARE FOR YOUR KNEES. BY HELPING OTHERS WITH MY KNOWLEDGE.  SHIRLEY WEBB, NETA Certified Professional


More knowledge about the knee joint and various injuries that could happen to it. I will use it when working with my kids while their are competing on sports teams as well as with clients that are experiencing knee issues.  Sarah Carlton, ACE Certified Professional


So many of the people that attend class have some kind of knee issue, so this was a very helpful course. Depending on their situation, strengthening the muscles around the knee would be helpful or modifications on exercises.  Gail Szukalski, ACE Certified Professional


I got detail idea about how to prevent knee injury and causes that make it happen. I will explain to my clients effective way to exercise and to prevent any knee pain. Thank you.  Anand Singh, ACE Certified Professional


What exercises help strengthen the knee. Help clients with potential knee problems strengthen their knees and the muscles surrounding them. Easy to follow and very interesting.  Amy Pavolino, ACE Certified Professional


A better understanding of the variety of Knee issues. I will be able to provide proper knee exercises for many different individuals depending on their goals and issues.  Bridget D. Cotter, AFPA Certified Professional


Better train clients with knee injuries and prevent further injury.  Alison M Anderson, ACE Certified Professional


New ideas on how to help my clients prevent injury. Use the progressions for strengthening and focus on flexibility training.  Rachael Chan, AFPA Certified Professional


A solid understanding of the knee. My main objective would be prevention of knee injuries.  James Caslin, AFPA Certified Professional


More in-depth knowledge of the myriad causes of knee pain, treatment options, and strengthening and stretching exercises for knee longevity. More indepth knowledge of the myriad causes of knee pain, treatment options, and strengthening and stretching exercises for knee longevity. The materials were very detailed and the workbooks exceptionally helpful for highlighting important information for trainers.  Collette M. Meyers, NETA Certified Professional


I gained the necessary knowledge about the complex knee. I feel more confident to give advice about the knees, especially since I work with older adults. It was very thorough and beneficial to me and will be good for my students also.  Janet Arro, NETA Certified Professional


Detailed information about the knee joint and all different injuries and medical issues that can effect the knee joint. I will apply the content through personal training and our pre and post rehab programs.  Katie Schalk, NETA Certified Professional


I gained a deeper understanding of the knee and injuries associated with them. Prevention and rehabilitation. Thank you. Greg Barnum, ACE Certified Professional


I gained knowledge of how the knee works. I will use the exercise in my classes.  DEBORAH MODESITT, NETA Certified Professional


I gained a better understanding of the different types and reasons for knee problems and treatments and application to my position as a personal trainer and health coach. I will apply the knowledge directly to work with clients. The Course is thorough, informative and well put together and a nice addition to my reference library.  Aline Laing, ACE Certified Professional


I have a greater respect for squats and lunges. I continue to work my clients toward hip strength and flexibility. Core is as always a must be strong component to all good health! Keep strength and flexibility in balance in each class. Good flow of information for the non medical professional to understand.  Carollana Stalder, AFPA Certified Professional


I have gained further knowledge of the working of the knee and exercises to strengthen the muscles around it. I have many clients with knee issues. This will assist me in getting them stronger. Wendy Lee Rosa, AFFA Certified Professional


The Knee Injury Prevention Specialist happens to be my favorite course to date. I found taking a course that was so specific to one body part and all of its’ intricate workings fascinating. Having study questions also helped reinforce the information.  Annette Sears, ACE Certifiedd Professional


I gained information to apply to my own knee issues as well as my clients. I will use the book for reference in the future. I also found the anatomy of the knee easy to understand. The Key Points section was very helpful.  Michelle Bisconti, NETA Certified Professional


I gained how to help myself and others protect their knees from injury.  Cindy Mayhak, NASM Certified Professional


Sharpened my knowledge and skills. I work with seniors and they have multiple knee issues.  Nancy Fritz-Whalen, NETA Certified Professional


I really liked to CD of knowledge offered. The schedule will be something I add to my client informational packet. Knowing muscles and showing clients the diagram will also help as I explain exercises.  Mary Beth DeVaney, NETA Certified Professional


A much better understanding anatomy which will help my clients. Also I will apply this knowledge to my group exercise classes. Well worth the money.  Carole Riches, NETA Certified Professional


Education. To educate.  Betsy Fernandez, Certified Professional


Increased understanding of medical alternatives for clients. Reinforce the importance of all aspects of exercise including stretching. Knowledge of when to refer a client to their physician.  Teresa Isenhower-Moyer, Certified Professional


I Have learned so much about the knee and entire leg.  Diane Dell, Certified Professional


How to prevent knee injuries, help those with knee injuries and give good guidance. I am a personal trainer  it’s a daily issue with my clients.  Lynette Froehlich, Certified Professional


Questions I need to ask a client when they say they are experiencing knee pain. Ways to strengthen the muscles in the legs to protect the knee joint from injury. Include prevention exercises in workout circuits with my clients.  Vivien Shea Gill, Certified Professional


This course has expanded my knowledge on knee anatomy, injuries and treatments. Provide students and clients with modifications for knee issues. I enjoyed this course and will refer to the manual and book as needed.  Linda Budlong, Certified Professional


Better understanding of the knee. I am now working with several older clients who can benefit for my new understanding of the knee.  Cindy Hutchison, Certified Professional


Anatomy of the knee. Working with injuries.  Brenda McAllister, Certified Professional


The importance of stretching the muscles to prevent loss of flexibility which can negatively affect the knee, a better understanding of the interactions between the muscles and knee joint, and a thorough introduction to the wide range of knee injuries and diseases.  Denee Scribner, Certified Professional


I have learned a lot about the anatomy and physiology of the knee. This will help me ensure that my clients do not get injured.  Arin Parks, Certified Professional


A greater understanding of the knee. teaching group fitness and helping clients with knee problems.  Betty A. Finkenbinder, Certified Professional


Gained information on knee injuries – many I was unfamiliar with.  Kathleen Packard, Certified Professional


I really liked the CD of knowledge offered. The schedule will be something I add to my client informational packet.  M.D., Certified Professional


Information that applies to everyone and for all age groups. Understanding and explaining the reasons to set goals in one’s workout program to help prevent injuries or strengthen legs and knee area in rehab. I enjoyed it a lot. It was very helpful.  Rita Dickinson


I definitely have a better knowledge of the mechanics of how the knee works and what muscles and tendons need to be strengthened to support the knee. It will definitely help me with working with my clients and explaining what they can do to help make their knee’s stronger and prevent possible injuries and to help those with current knee problems. I thought the book provided was easy to read but was very detailed with a wealth of information.  Mary D Brown, Certified Professional


A better understanding of the anatomy of the knee, how it works, and the exercises used to prevent injury. By training my clients in accordance from what I have learned. Clients with knee injuries will have stronger legs and clients without injury will be taking preventative measures.  Nicholas Miller, Certified Professional


A much better understanding of knee pain and how to prevent it. I will be able to explain knee injuries to clients and help them with a plan for rehabilitation.  Lisa Hane, Certified Professional


More educated on knee injuries. Doing specific exercises to assist injuries.  Jacqueline Baird, Certified Professional


Understanding the complex spine. More focus on the back. Good course.  Dawn Rachelle Weyand, Certified Professional


I have gained a deeper understanding of back problems and the root cause. With the knowledge learned I can better design a core workout for my clients to improve strength and prevent back pain and injuries.  Debbie Dehler, Certified Professional


A great refresher on some basics we may sometimes overlook. By utilizing this information in an informative instructional manner. Very easy to follow. Was a pleasure to undertake.  Mitchel A. Incorvaia, Certified Professional


Expanded understanding. Sharing with employees.  Jim Cunningham, Certified Professional


Knowledge on how to work with clients with different types of back injuries and how to prevent them. I will implement some of the stretches and strengthening exercises in some of my classes. Very detailed and helpful.  Martha Franks, Certified Professional


Recap on anatomy, evolved exercise philosophy. continue to promote pre-hab and rehab with proper posture during all movements. Up to date info!  Justin Hagen, Certified Professional


Much more insight into the complicated spine! Deeper knowledge will make me more aware of how to safely prescribe exercises to clients. Very easy to follow!  Amy Esterhay, Certified Professional


Detailed understanding of various back injuries. Pass the knowledge on to my clients.  Viktoriya Drukker, Certified Professional


Great exercises for core strength, spine mobility. I will use some of the exercises in my Yoga class and I will use some of the education information to educate my clients.  Kathleen Domschot, Certified Professional


New exercise ideas to use with my clients.  Nickole Barker, Certified Professional


Great review. great that we get to keep the books as reference. Teaching it in clinic and using it for personal benefits.  Michelle Coash, Certified Professional


Better understanding of the many reasons for back pain. The Back Injury Prevention CD Manual has numerous practical exercises to strengthen the core to prevent back injury which I can use in my work.  Sheri Fulton, Certified Professional


Insight to the complex mechanics of the back. Preventative training with my clients.  Jamie Guyer, Certified Professional


Better working knowledge of the spine, injuries, treatments and prevention. I am mostly a bodyworker, so this will help me in treating these clients effectively.  Jennifer Shaw, Certified Professional


Deeper understanding of the spine and back injuries. I have a wide range of clients that I can further help.  Katherine O’Connell, Certified Professional


Great review of information. Information transfer and education to patients.  Tom Zolezzi, Certified Professional


A more in-depth knowledge of spinal pain syndromes. Many of my students suffer from pain syndromes. This knowledge helps me to understand their pain, and train them with pain-relief as a goal.  Karen Hite, Certified Professional


I have a better understanding of proper knee mechanics. It will be extremely beneficial for all clientele. I can apply this content for every client. For children playing sports to support proper growth and development to the elderly who have abused their knees from years of wear and tear.  Christine Buckley, Certified Professional


I will apply the content of the course to my clients daily workouts!! Have numerous clients that fall within this category and most of the material has confirmed my approach to knee rehab and future strengthening exercises. We need to put more emphasis on learning how to deal with youth knee injuries/pain. Coaches, PE instructors, parents need to have this info impressed upon them.  Carol Anderson, Certified Professional


I am more educated on knee injuries and doing specific exercises to assist with injury prevention.  Jacqueline Baird


I have acquired greater knowledge of knee injuries and how to prevent them.  Theresa Meyer, Certified Professional


I have acquired a better understanding of knee mechanics and risks for injury from this continuing education course.  Zoe-Anna Yearout, Certified Professional


I have quite a few people with knee pain and this course will help me come up with better exercise programs that fit their situation.  Amy J. Belvo, Certified Professional


This course will help a lot with clients that may have knee pain or problems.  Shawn Guiney, Certified Professional


I have gained lots of good info for my senior exercise class and me personally as I am also suffering with knee pain. I will use the exercises for strength and flexibility.  Sandy Blunt, Certified Professional


This course was very helpful. I enjoyed it a lot. The information in this course applies to everyone and for all age groups.  Rita Dickinson, Certified Professional


I now have a better understanding of knee injuries. I will use the exercise to help strengthen the muscles around the knee to prevent injury in all sports and exercise programs.  D.O.


I gained more understanding about knee injuries and I can use this information with clients with knee injuries.  R.W., Certified Professional


I now have a better understanding of knee injuries. I will use the exercise to help strengthen the muscles around the knee to prevent injury in all sports and exercise programs.  Donna Dorr Osborne, Certified Professional


I gained more understanding about knee injuries and I can use this information with clients with knee injuries.  Robert Walters, Certified Professional


I have gained new information to share and I will suggest this course to many of my friends. Very interesting and well written.  Carol Groseclose, Certified Professional


I have gained a more in depth understanding of different types of knee injuries, the anatomy, and prevention of knee injuries. Christine Greenwood, Certified Professional


It was good information. I didn’t have very much knowledge about the knee and how easily it can be damage especially if you’re over 50 years of age.  Felipita Loretto, Certified Professional


The course enlightened me more about knees and the issues with knees. I have been doing much of what I learned in this course, but now I understand the conditions much better.  Suzannah Plant, Certified Professional

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