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Old 05-16-2009, 03:27 PM   #4
Jamie Crichton
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I'm doing a similar version, 1 leg at a time, as I find it easier to get the stretch without horrendous cramping to hold the position. I read somewhere that people tended to have 1 direction better than the other; that is, better internal or better external. I'm one of the latter I think. People who have better internal rotation ROM are more likely to see the knees caving in when squatting, where as I never have this issue and in fact find it physically impossible to get my knees in when in a squat. That's why I wondered whether it was actually a problem. I don't do any pitching either, so that's not an issue!
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