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Old 01-11-2007, 07:42 AM   #12
Steve Shafley
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What I was getting at is that the hamstrings need to be stronger to help stabilize the knee. For those with tricky knees, they need to consider both of the hamstring actions...the hip extension (i.e RDL, OLs, etc) and the knee flexion for optimal knee function.

I think the wrong kind of leg curl machine is worse than doing anything, though, so I am right with you on that part.
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