Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you a few exercises for your quads for osteoarthritis. So, you can go ahead and use your chair here, have a seat and then you're going to lift up one knee as far as you can go and this is really going to help develop those quad muscles here. I want you to do about three sets of ten on each side, keeping your back nice and tall, really controlling the leg up and down. So, when you put your foot down, you really want to make sure that it's nice and quiet and controlled on the way down. So, ten times on one side and then ten on the other. And then when you're done with ten, we're going to move onto your second exercise and you're going to do sit to stands. So, hands are going to be interlaced behind your head, pulling the elbows back, spine is nice and upright and you're going to lean forward just a little bit to stand right back up, squeezing your gluts. And then, you're going to come right back down to your chair and then you're going to stand straight up and then right back down. Up and down. You're going to do this about ten times. One more and then back down. And then the last thing that you're going to do is you're going to stretch that quad out. So, we can use the chair to help stabilize your body. You're going to pull one leg up, relax the shoulders as much as you can and feel the stretch in the front of that quad. You're going to hold for about 30 seconds and release the leg down. And then switch the legs and release. So, those are some exercises that you can do to strengthen your quads if you have osteoarthritis. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.