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Old 11-11-2013, 07:35 AM   #1
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I have noticed that when I start lifting heavy weight, my right knee starts to cave in. What are some different techniques I can try to I correct my form?
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Try out some glute exercises like X-band walks, clamshells, bridges, lunging, etc. and with all of your squatting, make it a point of focus to push the knee out to keep it in line with your foot.
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Try out some glute exercises like X-band walks, clamshells, bridges, lunging, etc. and with all of your squatting, make it a point of focus to push the knee out to keep it in line with your foot.
Thanks Greg I appreciate the advice!! Separate question, I am following the workouts that you put up everyday, are those for your competitive team?
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Glute exercises have helped me with this issue. Focusing on driving knees out as well. Check ankle ROM and foot angle too...mine sucked and it was starting me off in a bad position which was tough to recover from. Cleaning this up helped a bit.
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If you don't have experience with regular weightlifting training, we suggest you use this starter program.
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Old 11-13-2013, 06:53 AM   #6
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Glute exercises have helped me with this issue. Focusing on driving knees out as well. Check ankle ROM and foot angle too...mine sucked and it was starting me off in a bad position which was tough to recover from. Cleaning this up helped a bit.
Thanks, I will def keep driving the knees out, I will post some videos in the nesr future to track my progress and get advice.

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Thanks Greg I appreciate the advice!! Separate question, I am following the workouts that you put up everyday, are those for your competitive team?
No, but they're often similar to different programs I have used with some of my competitive lifters.
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No, but they're often similar to different programs I have used with some of my competitive lifters.
Thanks Greg for the response, I'm sorry to keep bugging you with questions, I was looking to enter an Oly competition, should I keep following the program that I mentioned?
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You can stay on the same program and maybe modify it a bit to taper yourself for the meet. Or just try to find a meet that ends on the last day of the program so you can kind of use that as the final day.
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