Originally Posted by BendtheBar
I don't want to make this a thread about elbow tendinitis, but when I try to think through the knee issue I wonder if it is driven by a weakness. I have always had strong quads and (I believe) weak hammies.
Part of me wonders if I need to hammer the snot out of my hammies with frequent wide stance good mornings and see if this helps.
From what I gather, hammies are weak on most people, so I wouldn't imagine it would hurt any if you targetted them a bit more anyway.
It could easily be a combo of things going on as well, encompassing any or all of the following to some degree or other; weakness in one area, heavy lifting itself, high frequency itself, age, joint issues.