Dear Active Friend,
Running, lifting, hiking, biking, playing sports with knee pain sucks, doesn't it?
Especially if you’re over 30 and aren’t as active as when you were a kid.
Quite frankly, it can range anywhere from being annoying to hobbling you and making you feel old before your time.
Let’s face it, doing nothing and hoping it’ll go away on its own isn’t a solution.
Neither is choking down handfuls of Tylenol and Advil or other pain relief meds.
Nor is any of that stuff you're probably currently doing -
… foam rolling out the tight spots… stretching… “activation” work… joint mobility work… voodoo flossing…
… alternative therapies like adjustments & manipulations… deep tissue and sports massage…
I’ve tried practically ALL of them - and paid well over $22,000 between them and specialized “performance” systems to get me pain free.
My name is Geoff Neupert.
I’ve been in the fitness / strength & conditioning fields since 1993. I’m a former Division 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach, personal trainer and personal training business owner, co-creator of Original Strength Systems, former RKC & StrongFirst Master Kettlebell Instructor, author, lecturer, and State Champion and National Qualified Olympic lifter.
I’ve logged over 25,000 hours of one-on-one personal training and have trained people from all walks of life - from middle school to professional athletes, military special operators, post-surgical rehab patients, the morbidly obese, to 70-something arthritic grandmothers.
I have taught kettlebell, barbell, and movement restoration certifications and workshops across the United States, Europe, Australia, and in Singapore.
And my work has been featured on popular websites like MensHealth.com, MensFitness.com, MensJournal.com, Bodybuilding.com, T-Nation.com, Strongfirst.com, and DragonDoor.com.
I’m not saying any of that to impress you, rather to impress upon you that I've seen pretty much everything under the sun in the last 27 years.
In 2010, I got pretty much free from knee pain using a system that my wife (a Doctor of Physical Therapy), two friends (who are trainers) and myself created.
Then, in the summer of 2019, after thinking I was in the clear, I noticed something “funny” -
Even though I’d returned pain free to my beloved sport of Olympic lifting…
… I couldn’t predictably do lunges without discomfort in my right knee.
Plus, my right hip always felt unstable and “wonky” doing them…
So, I went back to the drawing board.
Before I tell you what I discovered, you should know that the reason you've failed in the past at fixing your knee pain is not your fault.
That's because -
Every Other Knee Pain Therapy I'm Aware Of Treats The Symptoms,
NOT The Root Cause.
For example, in the case of most non-contact and “overuse injuries" -
The soreness and pain causes you to move differently than you're supposed to move.
These "different-than-natural-movements" are called movement compensations.
You may have been told these movement compensations show up as tight muscles - like tight quads or hip flexors or even your calves.
So you might’ve tried “foam rolling” your tight muscles or “smashing” them with a lacrosse ball to improve “tissue quality”...
… But after weeks of foam rolling, stretching and "strengthening," like me, the pain comes back when you’re no longer “warmed up.”
The real problem is none of that.
The real problem is that because of environmental factors like leading a sedentary lifestyle, walking looking down at a smart phone, and sitting in front of a computer all day long…
Motor control is your “brain-body connection” - the ability to move how you want, when you want. It’s subconscious and voluntary.
Losing motor control is like blowing fuses or tripping circuits in your home’s electrical panel.
Sure, you still have electricity, but you temporarily lose it at one or more outlets. Flip the switch back on, or, worst case, replace the circuit, and all the lights and outlets are back on once again.
And the good news is -
Just like flipping the switches back on in your electrical panel, you can “flip the switches back on” in your brain...
So you can move your body the way you're supposed to...
The way you want to - running, jumping, hiking, lifting, playing sports...
With no more knee pain.
I'm not the only one who's experienced these amazing results.
Case In Point:
Ashely was stunned.
She came over one night to help my wife with something. And she made the “mistake” of mentioning how her right knee had been hurting for the last 4 weeks while running.
I offered to show her how to use this new method to make her knee pain disappear.
Interested, but skeptical, Amy, a classically-trained physical therapist, squatted down on the balls of her feet and pointed out where she could touch her left heel to her butt.
Not so on the right side.
There were a good 5 to 6 inches between that heel and her butt - plus... it hurt.
One drill later and 3 minutes later, she had narrowed that gap to an inch and the knee was just stiff.
Five minutes after that, she was sitting on her right heel - pain free.
She was fascinated as we explained the simple - and scientific (not “woo-woo”) reasons why it worked.
And I promise, I'll show you exactly what we showed her in just a minute...
But first, like we explained to Ashley, you might be wondering -
Inactivity, a sedentary Western lifestyle, and sitting.
According to Harvard Health, sitting causes tight hip flexors and hamstring, which can cause knee pain.
Hence some of the popular advice that didn’t work for me: Stretch your hip flexors and hamstrings.
Here’s what’s really going on to cause you to lose motor control.
When you sit, more often than not, your head “falls” forward into your computer screen, or whatever it is you’re working on…
Or if you’re watching TV in the evening after a long day of work, your head is either supported by a pillow or slumped forward towards your chest.
Your body is a very smart “machine” that works much like a computer - on an Input-Output basis.
It uses your senses to provide what’s called “sensory input” to produce a result called “motor output” - like reading the words on this page, walking to the fridge to grab a bite to eat, or driving to work.
Do the same thing over and over and over again, and a “program” is created in your brain that makes it easy for you to do.
A perfect example is practicing a sport or musical instrument or learning to drive a car. At first, nothing is easy. But after enough time and practice, you get a varsity letter, can write your own songs by ear, and drive while texting.
The problem is, you’re naturally supposed to walk and stand with an upright posture, with your head sitting on top of your shoulders. This is the position in which your muscles and joints work optimally.
In fact, you are “programmed” for your body to follow your head. Where your head goes, the body naturally follows.
But when you’re sitting all the time, your head slumps forward, changes your posture, and your body follows.
This changes the joint mechanics of every joint in your body and often times creates and “upstream effect” which means -
More often than not, pain manifests in your knee, but it’s not the root cause of it.
I know this may sound hard to swallow, but the good news is -
… As well as nearly a decade of my own personal and professional empirical evidence provided by my personal clients, and thousands of people around the world.
For example, here is what some of the scientific research shows about anterior head position (also known as forward head posture):
Forward head posture decreases your ability to breathe correctly. It causes expansion of your upper thorax (chest/torso) and contraction of your lower thorax.,
And the inability to breathe correctly has also been shown to reduce Motor Control.
Furthermore, forward head posture changes your center of gravity, pulling it forward. This causes excessive stretching of ankle joints to maintain body balance. Those stretched ankle joints restrict movement of the hip and knee joints.
This can cause reduced function of both those joints, and then cause pain if they’re moved into positions which they can no longer go.
Therefore, we need to re-establish normal, natural head position and normal natural breathing to start to recapture motor control.
The inability to breathe correctly, decreases your ability to create Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP), which is necessary to stabilize your spine and pelvis (Lumbo-pelvic stability)., 
Lumbo-pelvic stability is important for proper locomotion and movement:
Walking, running, jumping, etc, because it provides a stable platform from which to generate force.  In other words, you can’t shoot a canon from a canoe.
Loss of lumbo-pelvic stability (also known as ‘trunk stability’ and ‘core stability’) has been shown to predict increased risk of knee injury.
In other words, if you’re lacking core stability, you at increased risk for knee pain. ,
Loss of lumbo-pelvic stability has also been demonstrated to cause lower back pain., ,
This is important for three reasons -
First, lower back pain can cause quadriceps (the muscles on the front of your thigh) weakness and quadriceps weakness can lead to knee pain.,
Second, research has demonstrated that direct lower back treatment can resolve anterior knee pain.
And third, and most probably importantly…
The research has also demonstrated that forward head posture correction helps reduce lower back pain.
Because because restoring head control restores proper breathing.
And restoration of proper breathing restores proper lumbo-pelvic (trunk/core) stability…
… Which in turn reduces the risk of future knee pain and can reduce and even eliminate current knee pain through restoration of motor control.
Often times you'll read articles in popular magazines like Runner’s World, Mens Fitness, Womens Fitness, Shape, etc., that tell you to stretch your tight quads, hips & hip flexors, hamstrings and calves.
You’ll may also read things like you have a muscular imbalance between your quadriceps and hamstrings -
So make sure you "stretch your quads and strengthen your hamstrings."
Or your tight hip flexors are keeping your hips from working properly. So stretch them and do some targeted glut/hip work like “clamshells.”
All those things may or may not apply to you.
But one thing that applies to all of us is the following:
One of the four quadriceps muscles - the rectus femoris - attaches to the pelvis.
The hip flexors - the psoas and the illiacus - attach to the lumbar spine and pelvis.
The gluteal musculature (hips) attach to the pelvis.
And, yes, all those areas - weak hips, tight muscles in your upper leg - all contribute to knee pain.
But… they’re all connected to the lumbar spine and the pelvis.
And as we’ve seen, lumbo-pelvic stability, or lack thereof, is a major component of knee pain.
Therefore, once you fix your lumbo-pelvic instability by reacquiring motor control, many of the muscular issues will take care of themselves.
And here's exactly how you do that...
Remember, knee pain is a result of a loss of Motor Control.
And in order to banish knee pain naturally - and quickly - you must “tap into” your body’s “electrical circuitry” - your Central Nervous System, which is comprised of your brain and your spinal cord.
That is where Motor Control is created, established, and maintained.
But it’s also where you lose it - not at the joint or muscular level, contrary to popular belief.
And regaining Motor Control is actually surprisingly simple and exceptionally easy - which is what the "P3 Protocol" does for you.
The P3 Protocol is based upon the Human Developmental Sequence (HDS).
That's the pre-programmed "growth" sequence every human follows the moment he or she is born to the time he or she is about 3 years old.
You start as a helpless sleeping, milk-drinking, pooping machine that needs near constant attention and supervision and develop into a fireball of energy that runs around the house smiling, laughing and getting into pretty much everything.
As you follow the HDS, your body develops the ability to move however you want it to.
But, because we live sedentary lifestyles, these movement "patterns" (also called "neural pathways") are no longer used as much as they used to.
So, in order to conserve energy, your brain bypasses them or gets rid of parts of them altogether (called "neuronal pruning.")
Therefore, by simply “revisiting” these pre-programmed patterns, from the comfort of your own home, you “switch on” or "reboot" these dormant patterns, much like flipping on a circuit breaker and restoring the electricity to a room or appliance in your house.
Recapture your lost motor control and your body starts working naturally again.
And as a result, your knee soreness... your knee pain disappears.
You may have seen other approaches that use the HDS - or parts of it. I have too. And some of them are great...
(I even co-created one of them.)
What makes P3 different from everything I've seen and used is that it's both systematized and systematic.
And most importantly - simple.
In other words, there's a place you start...
... specific things you do that form a repeatable, measurable process...
... that are done in a specific order...
... And there's a specific place to finish.
No "you can try this... or this... or that... or play with such-and-such..."
Start here. Follow the process. Cross the checkpoints. Make the progress. Get results.
Like this -
P1 - Position. Start in a position.
P2 - Pattern. Do specific drills that help recapture lost motor control. (The main ones that helped you develop it in the first place.)
P3 - Power. Move from that position.
Again, systematized, systematic, and simple.
And to make it really easy, we've wrapped up the P3 Protocol and put it in a nice little follow-along video delivery system and training program called -
You'll start The Sore Knee Solution with Phase 1.
This is the most important of all the phases. Skip this, and the other two phases - Phases 2 & 3 - have little impact.
Phase 1 lays the groundwork upon which the other two phases rest.
Remember - systematized and systematic.
Once inside The Sore Knee Solution, you'll have immediate access to Phase 1.
Phases 2 & 3 will remain "locked" for 4 weeks.
Simple. After testing with my Private Coaching clients, I've found that this is the Phase most people like to "rush through"...
... And ironically, it's the phase we come back to when things have gone wrong.
I've never seen it fail.
Here's what's inside:
COMPONENT #1 - "Why" Videos
COMPONENT #2 - "How" Videos
COMPONENT #3 - 12-Week Follow Along Plan
COMPONENT #4 - Private FacebookTM Coaching Group
COMPONENT #5 - Email Support
As you can see everything inside The Sore Knee Solution is valued at $1831.
However, you won't pay anywhere near that much today to get started. Before I tell you about the special limited time offer I have for you -
You might be wondering -
How well does The Sore Knee Solution work?