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Old 06-26-2013, 07:15 PM   #4
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It sounds like your strength is good and your rehab went (is going) well. I would definitely get a PT's perspective on volume and intensity.

Make sure your getting those hips really warmed up and loose before training whether that be doing those exercises you were given for rehab or just doing some other general hip mobility exercises to work that range of motion.

Also, I would take small jumps as you're warming up so your body gets better acclimated to the weight, especially in that bottom position. Be careful with those dynamic squats too because you don't want to drive hard out of the hole with a load that's going to irritate your injury.
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