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Old 01-02-2013, 09:26 AM   #1166
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
How did you bollox your knee?

I can guess it was squatting, but what exactly about squatting caused it?
piss poor form i reckon.
week prior to injury i did 130kg x 3 , 10 sets
then week later jumped to 150kg - stupid stupid stupid.

I remember the rep that probably caused it , i think my knee tracked inwards and I went forward on my toes , cut the squat short (in order to make all 3)and didnt go properly deep, rather than get pinned I bullied up the bar in the ugliest squat I have ever done. I was too stubborn there, should have dumped the bar or only done 2 reps.
stupid chasing numbers rather than working at getting stronger and thinking of the big picture.
ill get a video on friday and post it up , would be really interested to hear how you think it looks and what i can do to improve it,
what angle is best for analysis?
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