Advertisement

| |

Diets in Review Question

Does the P.I.N.K. Diet accommodate people with knee pain?

fancy asked this question Jan 8th, 2012 7:29 pm

Would like to know, also, about the joint issues. I have painful knees. Is the exercise portion accommodating? This is regarding the P.I.N.K Method diet.

This question is about PINK Method

Invite Your Friends to Answer This Question


No HTML please.



Answers to this Question


Robin

I'm only into Phase 1 so far, but it consists of LOTS of squats and lunges. These work the big muscles (quads and glutes) so you burn calories faster. I have a bit of a knee problem also, so I didn't go as deep into the squats/lunges as the leader for the first couple of days, but as my muscles are getting stronger, I find that I can tolerate more. There are adaptations (one of the leaders does a modified version), but they don't eliminate the squats or lunges. Depending on the cause of your knee pain, I would suggest checking with your doctor about doing these types of exercises.


posted on Jan 10th, 2012 12:23 am

Diane

I returned this kit yesterday, not making it to the workout sessions. I wouldn't recomment it. If you like to starve then it's the diet for you, but if you don't, don't waste your money on it.


posted on Jan 20th, 2012 1:34 am