A joint is only as strong as the muscle supporting it.
A muscle functions to uphold the integrity of the joints.
A dysfunctional muscle impairs movements, misdirecting force transmission to the joints.
A joint wasn’t designed to absorb force. Train your muscles to fulfill their purpose.
A functional muscle equates to a healthy joint.
A training plan that reinforces the contralateral connections throughout the body instead of isolating the muscles is a good place to start. This will ensure the joints aren’t being used as levers and teach the muscles how to leverage weight.