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How Squat Technique Affects Hip Pain and What to do About It

One of the most common injuries I see and work with on a regular basis is hip pain. Generally I’m working with people that have femoral acetabular impingement syndrome (FAIs) rollercoaster tycoon

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How to Address Hip Shift in the Squat

It’s time for another episode of STRONGER TV herunterladen. In the last episode we went over “knee cave in” and whether or not this is a problem or a natural part of the squat cv

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Does Knee Cave in During the Squat Matter?

It’s time for another episode of STRONGER TV dateien von wetransfer herunterladen. This week we talk about a pretty fun topic for me, but also one that’s pretty controversial. I’m

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The 6 Best Accessory Exercises to Build a Stronger Squat

There’s a reason why they call them beginner gains… Today’s post comes from strength coach Kiefer Lammi. He’s the man behind the magic in Champion Stronger, our online training

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How to Address Low Back Pain During Squatting

It’s time for another episode of STRONGER TV. Last week we went over Assessing and Addressing Overhead Mobility Limitations for Strength Training wire messenger herunterladen. Make sure you check

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5 Easy Tricks to Try When Athletes Have Painful Pinchy Hips in the Bottom of a Squat

“Tight Hip Flexors” It starts with a little tightness in the front of the hip during deep squats.  At first it’s more of a nuisance.  You just stretch out your hip flexors really well

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A Super Simple Way to Modify Squats, Lunges and Step ups When People Have Knee Pain

Knee pain can really put a damper on training.  Knee pain is commonly cited as one of the 3 most common forms of injuries with recreational fitness enthusiasts.  It’s also very common in weightlifting,

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How a Lack of Strength Causes Compensation During Squats and Olympic Lifts

I’ve written a lot in the past about mobility issues and how a lack of mobility can cause compensations at another joint.  A good example is a lack of ankle dorsiflexion causing some increased lumbar

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Another Reason Why the Knees Come in During Heavy Squats

In the last article we spoke about the first reason why I believe the knees come in during heavy squats.  I believe this is because the prime movers in the bottom of the squat (adductor magnus) is trying

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Why Do the Knees Come in During Heavy Squat Attempts?

So we’ve all heard that the knees coming in during squatting isn’t really a good thing.  Knee in during squats can increase stress on the lateral (outside) portion of the patellar femoral

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5 Step Plan to Eliminate Knee Pain and Get Back to Squatting and Weight Lifting

In olympic weightlifting survey data, shoulder and knee injuries are the most common injuries reported.  Given the high volume of loaded squatting during weight lifting, it’s natural that the knee

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Chad Vaughn, Mike Cerbus, Dave Tilley and Dan Pope Talk Squatting

I have the great opportunity to work with world class coaches regularly at power monkey fitness.  At this past power monkey fitness camp we had a nice candid conversation about squatting netflix filme

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