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Old 02-19-2013, 05:36 PM   #5
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I have a bit of an anterior pelvic tilt, therefore my hip flexors are also tight, but when it comes to hamstrings I basically cannot touch my toes with my fingers unless I bend the knees quite a lot.

The thing is after I do squats my hamstrings are sore (in case I didn't train for a couple of weeks) therefore I am thinking that they might work with my squatting. I may be wrong.

Returning to the flexibility issues. My ankles are really flexible so they aren't the problem. As I said above, I cannot touch my toes with my fingers unless I bend the knees quite a lot so that's why I am thinking it's my hamstrings along with the hip flexors.
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