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PIYO for bad knees?

hollymccallhollymccall Posts: 88Member Member Posts: 88Member Member
I have bad knees, chondromalacia. Anyone done Piyo with bad knees?

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  • craziedanicraziedani Posts: 219Member Member Posts: 219Member Member
    I've done piyo with bad knees has a torn meniscus. Not bad for them as long as you are doing proper form. But I will caution to say if squats bother you, you might want to stay away but it's low impact
  • koffeekakeskoffeekakes Posts: 65Member Member Posts: 65Member Member
    I had a meniscus surgery from hell, and it took 2 full years for my knees to feel 100%. Even now, I'm hesitant to run because I worry about my knee. But I do PiYo and loveeee it!! I'm about to do a workout (drench) right now. It did great things for my body, and it could all be in my head, but I feel like the stretching of PiYo has helped, not hindered my knees. Even so, you might want to go easy with the squats and do the modified burpees. And I agree, work on perfecting your form just to be on the safe side. Good luck!
  • hollymccallhollymccall Posts: 88Member Member Posts: 88Member Member
    Thanks ladies! Just being cautious on spending my money on a fail.
  • hollymccallhollymccall Posts: 88Member Member Posts: 88Member Member
  • cruzkonencruzkonen Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    I enjoy piyo but I may have a torn meniscus because of it. Dr. is sending me to get an MRI to be sure. :'(
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