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Old 09-04-2013, 08:33 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
Have a question about knee wraps which may be relevant: I read that in some cases, I suppose due to the way they're put on or maybe just circumstances (not sure), that the wrap against the knee can cause knee issues.

Something to do with the pressure of the wrap against the knee in the position that the knee is in, therefore making it more prone to injury...now, I know that most or a lot don't suffer injuries from wearing them, so I'm curious as to the views on this.

Has anyone come across a knee injury caused by knee wraps at all?
That kinda makes sense but I think it will be more in the high rep range...
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