/ Winter training for a buggered knee
actually i dont. Was looking at getting some but the choice seemed huge for what i imagine the possible differences in them could be
I'd push the boat out and get telescopic ski touring poles. I think you'll be amazed at the difference they make
Search through youtube or look on www.strengthrunning.com for any exercises that don't put any brutal pressure on your knee. Things like bridge, clam, heel dips/raises, leg raise etc.
Sounds like you have quite a specific problem, a trip to the physio might prevent either further injury or hours wasted doing exercises which don't solve it.
> actually i dont. Was looking at getting some but the choice seemed huge for what i imagine the possible differences in them could be
Exactly. You'll find a lot more difference between using them and not using them than between which ones are available. That said, I like ones with a shock-reducing capacity.
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