Advanced Knee Rehab Program – Part 1


Get confidence and strength back in your knee over six weeks without the struggle of feeling stuck with this physiotherapist-guided rehab program.

If you feel you have stalled in your knee rehab and are cleared to train with no restrictions, this program will take you through advanced exercises – strength, running and plyometrics – to get back to feeling like your knee is ‘normal’.

What you get:
  • 2 days of strength workouts that include warm up, plyometric training and strength exercises

  • 1 day of running specific workouts including running mechanics and warm up drills and change of direction exercises

  • Exercise prescription with reps, sets and rest

  • Demonstration videos of all exercises

  • Entry criteria including capacity testing, and links to psychological questionnaires

Who is it for?
  • You have completed supervised acute and mid stage rehab for your knee injury

  • You have been cleared by your surgeon and physiotherapist to complete unrestricted lower-limb gym training

  • No pain, swelling or current complaints due to your knee injury

  • Ready to get back to higher level training

What do you need?
  • Access to a fully equipped gym or home gym (barbell, dumbbells)

  • Access to an area to complete running and change of direction drills

These exercises will be some of the best knee rehab exercises that you may not have completed yet in your late stage rehab.

I’ve rehabbed my ACLR recently and have helped many patients through this who are post-op ACLR, patellar fracture, hamstring tears or just general knee pain.

This is ONLY available through my app Ripple. You must be a Ripple Member to access the program and follow the videos.

Download Ripple here (free to download):

QR code to download Ripple


The cost for the program is a $60CAD subscription fee that is charged monthly, through the app. Follow the program at your own pace. Cancel at anytime.



Disclaimer: The information provided here is for general information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice or personalized fitness guidance. Always consult with a healthcare provider before starting any fitness program or making health-related decisions.