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Topic: Squat analysis (Read 735 times)
Feb 04, 2007, 02:36 PM »
I recently filmed my squat technique and have noted that the bar path is forward on the right side. My right hip always seems to be tight as well which may be causing this "rotating" problem.
Any ideas how I can fix it?
Reply #1 on:
Feb 04, 2007, 09:12 PM »
Can you post the video? We love to watch video here on the exchange and you will get much better feedback.
This could be a muscular balance (left is stronger than right) or muscular tightness (soleus, gastroc, hip flexor, glute medius, quad) problem. It is hard to say. You may also have one leg may be shorter than the other causing a rotation.
Paul LaDuke, MSS, CSCS, ATC, USAW Club Coach
Lower Dauphin School District
Reply #2 on:
Feb 05, 2007, 09:52 AM »
Thanks for the feedback paul - I'll try to upload the video. I think it must be related to a "problem" concerning the hip flexors on the right side, as it always seems to be tight. But how to fix is a little difficult.
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