Fix Runner's Knee Fast

Are you tired of your running routine being hindered by the constant discomfort of runner's knee? It's time to reclaim your passion for running and enjoy every stride without pain. Our Runner's Knee Solution is here to help you achieve just that!

🏃‍♂️ Run Pain-Free: Say goodbye to those nagging aches and pains that have been holding you back. Our products are specially designed to target runner's knee discomfort, allowing you to run with confidence.

💪 Strengthen and Protect: Our solutions not only alleviate pain but also strengthen and protect your knees from future injuries. Feel the difference in every step as your knees become more resilient.

📈 Results You Can Trust: Join countless runners who have experienced transformative results with our solutions. Read their success stories and start your own journey toward a pain-free run.

Don't let runner's knee hold you back any longer. Embrace the joy of pain-free running with our Runner's Knee Products. Take the first step towards a happier, healthier, and more enjoyable running experience.


Rest, Ice, Compression & Elevation. This is the proven formula that helps runner's knee pain relief and recovery. Our RICE pack gives you the following:

- Reusable Ice Pack to reduce pain and swelling after exercise

- Top Rated Compression Knee Strap to stabilize the joint and engage in otherwise painful activities

- Specially designed Knee Elevation Pillow to relieve swelling and promote healing

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  • ICE

    Applying ice to your knee can help with pain relief and can bring down the inflammation which is the cause of Runner's Knee


    Support your knee to reduce the strain on it. The knee brace provided gives full support with adjustable straps for the perfect fit


    By raising the knee above your heart level gravity can move fluids away from the injured area, speeding up recovery time

  • Harry B, Manchester

    The elevation pillow is amazing! I know you could use a pillow but this is the perfect angle and shape to rest my knee whilst I watch tv...I mean recover!

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Karen, Bristol

    I've been using the ice pack after my training to ease the pain I've been suffering with. It really helps.

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Mark, London

    I've been wearing the patella straps regularly around the house. They're great at reducing the pain I've been suffering with. I tend to wear the knee brace if I'm training and it helps to support my knee.

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★


Try the support twin pack specially designed to help with runners knee.

- The knee brace gives you full support for your knee providing compression & pain relief to the area

- A patella strap provide targeted pain relief to the patellar tendon at the bottom of the knee to reduce strain


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Exercises for Runner's Knee

Standing Quad Stretch

  1. Stand upright.
  2. Reach behind your body to grab your left foot with your left hand. Bring your left heel up to your glutes, or as far as it doesn’t cause pain. You can use the wall or a hold a friend’s shoulder for balance.
  3. Keep your left knee in close as your stretch.
  4. Hold for 15 seconds, then switch to the right leg.
  5. Repeat the stretch on the right side.
  6. Perform 2-3 sets on each leg.

If this version hurts your knees, you can do the stretch lying on your belly instead and reaching behind you for your knee. You can also use a yoga strap or towel to gently bring your knee up to your glutes.

Standing hip flexor stretch

  1. Start in a split stance, with the left foot forward and right leg back.
  2. Drop your back knee and tailbone slightly so they’re an inch closer to the floor while you tuck your pelvis forward.
  3. Keep your spine in a neutral position. Don’t arch or round your back.
  4. Hold for 10 seconds, then repeat on the other side.

Straight leg lift

  1. Lie down on your back with one knee bent at a 90-degree angle and the other leg extended straight out on the floor.
  2. Using the extended leg, tighten up your quadriceps (thigh muscle) and raise the leg until it’s at a 45-degree angle.
  3. Hold your leg up for 2 seconds at this angle before slowly lowering it to the ground.
  4. Repeat 20 times. Switch legs. Perform 2-3 sets.

Standing calf stretch

  1. Stand facing a wall. Put out your arms so your hands are pressing the wall at a comfortable distance. Hands should be placed at eye level.
  2. Keep the heel of the leg with the injured knee flat on the ground.
  3. Move the other leg forward with the knee bent.
  4. Turn the unbent leg (the one with pain) slightly inward and slowly lean into the wall until you feel a stretch in the back of your calf muscle.
  5. Hold for 15 to 30 seconds, then stand back upright.
  6. Repeat 3 times.

Step up

  1. Place your left foot on the step.
  2. Lift your right leg in the air and hold for a second as your left leg straightens and tightens.
  3. Slowly lower the right leg back to the ground.
  4. Repeat 10 times, then switch legs, putting the right leg on the stair.

Steps can be painful if you’re experiencing an injury. If steps irritate your knees, skip this exercise. After you recover, this exercise can be a good way to strengthen your legs and glutes and reduce risk of injury.

Clam exercise

  1. Lie on one side with your hips and knees bent and your feet stacked on top of one another.
  2. Slowly raise your top leg to the ceiling while your heels continue touching, forming a clam shape.
  3. Hold for 2 seconds, then lower the top leg slowly.
  4. Perform up to 15 reps. If it isn’t painful, switch sides and repeat. Do 2 sets per side.

Wall slide

  1. Begin standing with your back against a wall. Your heels should be around 6 inches in front of your hip bone, and your feet should be around shoulder-distance apart.
  2. Moving slowly, slide your back and hips down the wall until your knees are bent around a 45-degree angle.
  3. Hold this position for around 5 seconds, then stand back up.
  4. Repeat the slide 10-15 times. Perform 2-3 sets.

Donkey kick

  1. Start on a yoga mat, towel, or blanket on all fours, with arms straight, knees under hips, and shoulders over wrists.
  2. Slowly lift your left leg behind you and extend it toward the back of the mat. Raise it up to hip height and keep your foot flexed.
  3. Keeping your back flat, press your heel up toward the ceiling for a second, then lower it back to hip height
  4. Repeat 10 times on the left leg, then switch to the right.

IT band stretch

  1. Start standing, with your left leg crossed over your right.
  2. With your right hand raised over your head, slowly start to lean over to the right until you feel a stretch.
  3. Hold for up to 10 seconds.
  4. Switch legs and repeat. Perform 2-3 times on each leg.

Hamstring stretch

  1. Lie on your back with your right leg extended in front of you.
  2. Bend your left leg. Wrap your hands around the back of your left thigh and slowly start to pull it toward you. You should feel the stretch in the back of your thigh.
  3. As you pull the leg close to you, try to straighten the knee as much as possible, with your heel flexed and pointing toward the ceiling.
  4. Hold stretch for 20 seconds, then switch legs.
  5. Repeat up to 3 times on each leg.