"Finally - The Most Comprehensive Resource Ever Created for Eliminating Knee Pain. Whether You've Been Through Rehab Recovering From Injury or You Suffer From Slight Nagging Discomfort...."


My name is Mike Robertson, MS, CSCS, USAW.  I received my Masterís Degree in Sports Biomechanics at the world-renowned Human Performance Lab at Ball State University.  At Ball State, I was an assistant strength and conditioning coach and researcher in the areas of strength and power development.  Iím the co-producer of the Inside-Out and Magnificent Mobility DVDís.  As a competitive powerlifter, Iíve competed at the National level and coached at the World level.

Iíd like to think my background is impressive, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. A few years back, I tore my my lateral meniscus in a ski accident. After forking out over $10,000 for a 30-minute surgery, I set out to recover and recover fast so I could get back to normal.  Needless to say, having a bum knee doesnít make it easy to train people for a living, and itís even less conducive to moving heavy iron!

Little did I know I would run into roadblock after roadblock.  Even after surgery, my knee wasnít quite healthy. I was left to fend for myself.  After talking to dozens of doctors and PT's, no one had an answer.  And when they did, no two recommendations were ever the same.

So I set out on a journey. I spent thousands of dollars on journals, magazines, books, photocopies of articles from the library, and hundreds of hours researching and filtering through medical jargon to create the fastest road to recovery imaginable.

After seeing trainer after trainer in health clubs give out advice on knee recovery that was flat out B.S. (I knew because I'd been through it myself), I decided to do something about it.  Filtering through my notes, I put together one of the most comprehensive programs that bridges the gap between physical therapy and 100% full knee recovery. I named it Bulletproof Knees.

It has gotten me back to 100%, and I hope it can do the same for you.

Stay strong and train hard,

Mike Robertson