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Old 01-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Pull14 View Post
I'd also look at other things such as strength/volume balances. Not only that but tight quads, tight hamstrings, glutes, or a lower back can all put more unneeded pressure on the knee. Greater strengths in one of these areas can create tightness in that muscle and/or increase the strain in the opposing muscle. Or poor mobility in one region can do the same.
Yep, I'm finding this truer and truer the stronger I get. Good points Pull.
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