Blazing a Trail Back From Knee Pain

The Wall Street Journal:

The Workout

During the week, Mr. Halloran does a spin class, runs, and goes to Gyrotonic sessions.

Every Tuesday Mr. Halloran sets aside an hour for his one-on-one session with a Gyrotonic instructor. Class starts with a series of rhythmic movements and breathing exercises. It typically transitions to exercises that work on his pelvic area and his spine. The Gyrotonic machine’s pulleys and straps provide both resistance and support during exercises, which can be performed seated, standing, and lying down. For example, with a foot in a strap, Mr. Halloran will work his legs and core doing leg extensions, with the pulleys providing resistance.

From: Blazing a Trail Back From Knee Pain and Injury