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Old 11-12-2010, 12:16 PM   #4
Derek Weaver
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I've pretty much always been in anterior tilt. When I was younger I used to get crap for being swaybacked. Part of it was just having a big ass, other part was being tilted in the pelvis. Last couple months it's lessened. Still working on it.

I definitely some issues regarding external rotation on the left side, where the problem is. I dig in to the areas with my thumb, tennis, lacrosse balls etc. I'm just wondering how, or if it could be a flexor tendon popping as I lower my leg. Almost like doing an active straight leg raise, on the way down, I get a big pop.

I guess it may just be an issue of needing months or longer to straighten it out.
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