It’s time for another episode of STRONGER TV. This week we talk about a pretty fun topic for me, but also one that’s pretty controversial. I’m sure you’ve heard the argument, when the knees come in during the squat, “it’s bad.”
Well, why is that? How come knee in is bad? How come the knees come in in the first place? What actually gets injured if my knees come in? Atleast for me, when I first heard that knee in was bad I had a lot of questions. Well tune in as Kiefer and I attempt to dissect this topic for you. Here’s what we cover:
That’s it! Hopefully now you’ve gotten a little bit of extra information when it comes to knee in during the squat.
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I’ve got my knees in right now,
Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS
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