Loading the tendon is the most difficult thing to get right.
Load it by playing sport - pain.
Load it with light bodyweight stuff- no gain.
This is where isometrics come in.
You can put big strain through your tendon without downside.
No pain. Massive gain in tendon health.
MISTAKE #3: STAYING WEAK
Tendon is connected to muscle.
Tendon health is dependent on muscle strength.
Squats, deadlifts, split squats, step ups, these all help heal the patellar tendon.
MISTAKE #4: NEGLECTING THE ACHILLES
When your patellar tendon blows up, your brain shuts down that leg.
One of the area most affected is the ankle and Achilles.
You need to re-develop function of your Achilles.
If you don't, it remains a weak link in the chain.
And when you return to sport, the stress skips the Achilles and goes back to the patellar.
MISTAKE #5: NOT KEEPING TABS ON DAILY PAIN
The patellar tendon will always tell you if it's happy or not.
You just have to know when to listen.
Every single day for the rest of your life, you should be paying attention to next morning pain.
This lets you know when to push and when to back off.
This makes patellar tendon rehab stupid simple.
WHAT ATHLETES ARE SAYING:
Progressed so much ever since I bought ur book bro. I felt very limited with my movement before, specially with changing directions and exploding off the first step. But now, its such a big difference. How it is now, and how it was before the book, is a world of difference. My approach to training is entirely different, in terms of what I do training wise days before leading up to a game, and what I do after a game…. its crazy bro, there’s no other method than urs, in terms of patellar tendinopathy really work instantly. And I’ve been doing this for 20 yrs, been around top level physicians, but none of their methods work. Urs, I can literally feel an instant difference within a week.Julius P. Basketball Athlete
Dude holy crap. Isos every day for the last week I got rid of all residual patellar tendon pain.Cal Ski College Volleyball Athlete
Pain has improved vastly. I’ve tried so many programs and this one by far is the best… I’ve made extremely good progress on your program. Barely have tendon pain anymore.Jared H. Basketball Athlete
Awesome work with the Jumper’s Knee Protocol. I’ve been dealing with jumper’s knee since last winter and it has calmed down now and I can play basketball and dunk again.Will Ratelle Strength Coach
Hey Jake, to tell you the truth since last week i took some courage and did what you suggest in the videos: really heavy isometrics, 2x a day. Something that supposed to be totally avoided according to my doctor and physicoterapist. It is unbelievable. The first session hurt. After the second day i started to feel this “pain gone after the session” thing.
Now i feel like i had more progress in 4 days than 340 before. I think i would have been done in 2 months if i started with this right away. Pity that professionals just didnt know this method. So much money, so much time all wasted…Had some basketball yesterday and i felt nothing! I am so happy.Levente K. Basketball Athlete
A 42-page Ebook that tells you exactly what to do to rehab:
HOW TO PROGRESS PHASES BASED ON PAIN SCALES & FUNCTIONAL BENCHMARKS:
STAGE 1: ISOMETRICS
STAGE 2: LIFTING
STAGE 3: STORE-AND-RELEASE
STAGE 4: RETURN TO SPORT
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