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Old 02-18-2013, 04:19 PM   #2
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Strengthening the knee might help, but without good squat form you'll still face an anterior dominant squat. My best advice is to keep working on form, and post your videos here so we can give you squat tips. We have a lot of experienced squatters here who are able to see common mistakes.

Do you have any videos handy?

Also, did your therapist talk about strengthening the hamstrings, and/or if weak hamstrings were somehow contributing to this condition?

I am no expert on this condition, so excuse any ignorance I may have.
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