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Old 02-18-2013, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Patellar Tracking Disorder and Squats

I have Patellar Tracking Disorder in my right knee, and recently it's been acting up. I've been trying to make changes to my squat form to be more in line with what Rippetoe demonstrates in Starting Strength (my feet and knees were to narrow).

I was in physical therapy for the knee and the therapist said that I need to strengthen the leg and it would take car of the problem. I have be lifting since late October(StrongLifts) and the knee pain did go away, but now it's back.

I haven't lifted for the last week to give my knee some rest, but I'm going to try again tonight. I'm going to deload quite a bit, and ease back into it and see if that helps.

Any suggestions? If you need more info, I'll provide it.
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