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Old 02-10-2007, 07:58 AM   #6
Mike ODonnell
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Other than what was said above...it might reflect stronger quads and weaker leg adductors....the more the feet point forward...the less the adductors are involved....dunno......try doing some seperate adductor work...like the old walking sideways with a weight/sled tied to the outside foot....I know hockey players do a ton of those.

Either way....I am sure it reflects some imbalance in muscle strength and flexibility....most things usually do.
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