pain in knees when going ass to grass

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  1. flamingsnowball

    flamingsnowball Only once the drugs are done...

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    anyway to get rid of the pain or do you just ease into it?
     
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    Check your toe/knee alignment and your overall form. Get someone else to check you out if you can. Make sure you're not over-rounding your back at the bottom of the movement.

    And if it seriously hurts, don't do it.
     
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    Are you bouncing at the bottom?
     
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    flamingsnowball Only once the drugs are done...

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    flamingsnowball Only once the drugs are done...

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    im thinking i just have to ease into it, cuz it doesn't hurt with low weight

    im almost positive my form is right too
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    some people shouldn't go ass to grass
     
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    i have a hard enough time getting to parallel...i think it's just a flexibility issue, though.
     
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    Could be runners knee or some similiar inflamation of the knee and it is just mainfesting when you squat. Does it hurt when you do anything else?
     
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