Video: Snap, Crackle, Pop! – Are Joint Noises Bad?

Do you sometimes hear cracking in your knees and ankles?

How about popping sounds coming from your hips or back?

And what about clunking sensations around your shoulders, neck, or other parts of your body?

You might be somebody who experiences these kinds of noises rarely, or you might be somebody who gets these noises all the time. 

Regardless, one thing is for certain though – you NEED to know what they mean.

Not knowing what your joints are saying to you could leave you simply the same OR it could leave you in a whole heap of pain and dysfunction (if you are not at that stage already…)!

Learn to distinguish between the different types of noises, what they are associated with, and what consequences these may present. 

In our latest video, we show you how these noises come about and what you need to do about them:

There are two distinct places joint noises can come from and one especially important element you need to consider when you hear noises around your joints.

If certain types of joint noises go unchecked, it might mean very little.

However, there are others that might mean a great deal more to your body and overall joint health.

Again, checkout our latest video (above) where we reveal exactly where your joint noises come from, what they mean, and what you should do about them.

If you’re unsure of exactly what your joint noises mean and which exercises you should and should not do, then it would be well worth getting some answers. If you’re sick of feeling clunky and tight like Tin-man and you’re serious about changing this, then get in touch with one of our expert coaches today. 

We will take a closer look at your current pains and struggles, along with where you’re looking to ideally be with your body and your movement. Fill in your details in the form below if you’re serious about going from Tight, Restricted and ultimately Frustrated, to Limber, Free and Comfortable with your body and its functionality.

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