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Old 07-28-2008, 04:51 PM   #2
Justin Fricke
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Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Kansas City
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with ou ta video it is hard saying. If your knees are buckling (going in) when it is heavy then the wieght is to much. Practice front squats with a medium heavy weight and do them with speed both on the concentris and ecentric movements-But do them with control. Also if your knees are buckling then you Abductors might and probly are weak. Doint some single leg single arm DB RDLs will help-Works the Glute (which are used in abduction) Pistol squats could help as well. Spread the ground as you squat in any variation. But a Video in taken from the front and side will help the most. And yes if your knees are not tracking over you toes they will hurt it is also a quick way to the surgeon if done over time.
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